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Commission Hears Comments on Hunting Rules In Washington

MOSES LAKE – The Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission heard public comments on proposed hunting rules, and approved a water-rights transfer in Okanogan County during a public meeting here March 9-10   More than three-dozen people testified on new hunting rules proposed for the 2012-14 seasons. Those proposals range from…


Montana Hunters Are Asked To Report Signs Of Wolves

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks requests that hunters report any sightings or signs of wolves.  A gray wolf is, on average 2.5 feet tall; 5-6 feet long; 70-120 pounds with a broad snout, round ears and fur ranging from gray, black or tan to white. FWP must prepare annual reports…


Endangered Species Act Protections Reinstated for Northern Rocky Mountain Wolf Population

The U.S. Federal District Court in Missoula, Montana, issued a preliminary injunction on Friday, July 18, 2008, that immediately reinstated the Endangered Species Act protections for wolves in the northern Rocky Mountains.  That area includes all of Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming and the eastern one-third of Washington and Oregon and…


Michigan DNR Seeks Information in Wolf Poaching Case

Department of Natural Resources officials are seeking information related to the probable poaching of a female wolf. The incident occurred in Delta County, just north of Bark River. “Our regular aerial surveys indicated the wolf was alive June 13, but her radio collar was in mortality mode when we next…


F&G Commission Adopts Wolf Hunting Rules

The Idaho Fish and Game Commission Thursday, May 22, adopted the first regulated hunting season on gray wolves in the state’s history The commission, during its May meeting, set a wolf population goal of 518 wolves, and adopted hunting seasons, limits and rules for the 2008 hunting season. The season…


Wolf Report: Hunting Seasons Considered

Deep and lingering snows are keeping wolves in lower elevations mostly along winter range later than usual this year, providing more opportunity for wolves to be in close proximity to cattle calving operations. But this year may be the first time in Idaho history that a wolf hunting season will…