Tuesday, August 4, 2020

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    Wild Aware Utah launches new website

    Local wildlife education program, Wild Aware Utah, launched a new website Monday and held a wildlife education...

    Moose: What to know about their behavior; how to avoid conflicts

    Adult moose can weigh between 800 to 1,200 pounds, and bulls can stand 6 feet tall at the shoulder.

    Federal duck stamps now on sale; purchases help support conservation

    Purchasing Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation Stamps is a great way to support conserving America’s waterfowl and wetlands

    Wild horse facility scheduled to resume adoptions by appointment

    The Bureau of Land Management has begun a phased approach to resuming adoptions at the Delta, Utah...

    USFWS seeks to help migratory birds

    The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has made available a draft Environmental Impact Statement under the National...

    Snakes alive! It’s that time of year again

    If you encounter a snake, leave it alone.

    Utah Wildlife Board approves changes to upland game hunting season dates

    The Utah Wildlife Board approved several changes to upland game and turkey hunting in the state during...

    A look at how DWR, other agencies help Utah’s razorback suckers survive

    There are currently 18 wildlife species in Utah on the federal endangered species list, with 10 listed as endangered and eight listed as threatened.

    Federal effort underway to conserve American bison

    Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt in a statement last week said the Bison Conservation Initiative was launched in a new effort to coordinate conservation strategies and approaches for the wild American Bison over the next 10 years.

    Bug flow experiment underway at Glen Canyon Dam

    From May 1 through Aug. 31, the Department of the Interior will conduct a Macroinvertebrate Production Flow at Glen Canyon Dam. This...

    Spring turkey hunt ends May 31; wildlife officials optimistic about bird numbers

    While COVID-19 has canceled many events, Utah’s spring turkey hunts are about to get underway and provide a great way to social distance while enjoying the outdoors, according to Utah Division of Wildlife Resources spokesperson Faith Jolley.

    Feds commit millions to support big game in the West

    Grants benefit elk, deer, pronghorn in 11 states Last week, U.S. Secretary of the...

    Lost dogs return to New York after tragedy in canyon; owner dies in fall

    Tonka, left, and Little P are recovering after surviving a fall in Rabbit Valley’s Mee Canyon that killed their owner.

    Wild horse facility scheduled to resume adoptions by appointment

    The Bureau of Land Management has begun a phased approach to resuming adoptions at the Delta, Utah...

    Rescue from Castleton Tower

    Monday was a busy day for Search & Rescue members. Here, they come to the aid of a woman who fell at Castleton Tower, accompanied by Grand County EMS and Sheriff’s deputies.

    Tales of Trails: Dominguez Canyon offers wilderness, hikes, history

    Visitors to the Colorado Plateau can freely travel across scenic recreational areas, sometimes wandering in and out...

    Queued up at Sand Flats

    Traffic in the Moab area has seen a dramatic uptick since the partial reopening began, a good sign for businesses that have been shuttered in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.