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Idaho to sue federal government over grizzly bears

Idaho to sue federal government over grizzly bears

State wants grizzlies removed from endangered species list

Written by: Kristen A. Schmitt

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IDFG proposes new wolf management plan

IDFG proposes new wolf management plan

Plan calls for decrease in statewide wolf count to 500 wolves over next six years

Written by: Kristen A. Schmitt

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Eight convicted of multiple wildlife violations in multi-state investigation

Eight convicted of multiple wildlife violations in multi-state investigation

Investigation launched in 2015 and completed in November 2022

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Wyoming House bill targets hunter harassment on public land

Wyoming House bill targets hunter harassment on public land

HB 147 would prohibit posting fake “No Trespassing” signs to limit access to hunters

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Idaho will not implement emergency feeding stations

Idaho will not implement emergency feeding stations

IDFG continues to monitor deer and elk as winter conditions continue

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Utah deploys emergency feeding stations for struggling deer

Utah deploys emergency feeding stations for struggling deer

Deep snow adds additional strain to deer in Rich and Summit counties

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Colorado considering changes to preference point and tag allocation
New study finds wildlife crossings are not universal for all animals

New study finds wildlife crossings are not universal for all animals

Some are fearful of using crossings

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