A federal court recently affirmed the dismissal of a lawsuit filed by the Grand Canyon Trust against the U.S. Forest Service over the controversial introduction of mountain goats in the La Sal Mountains.
The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources is asking for the public’s feedback on a new proposal that would simplify the process allowing people to collect, possess and breed non-venomous native reptiles and amphibians caught in the wild, according to DWR spokesperson Faith Jolley.
For those who enjoy fishing in Utah’s beautiful outdoors but aren’t quite sure where to fish, now they can easily find out what anglers are saying about each local body of water.
Do you love wildlife? Do you wish you could watch baby animals at any point in the day? If you answered yes to these questions, we have great news for you: Three livestreams were recently posted that allow you to watch a constant feed of baby bears and several bird species, including sandhill cranes incubating an egg that will hatch in late May, said Faith Jolley, spokesperson for the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources.
The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources reminds readers how to react to finding a baby bird that has fallen from its perch.
The wildfires that burned throughout Utah during 2018 made headlines due to the large amount of acres burned and several community evacuations, said Utah Division of Wildlife Resources spokesperson Faith Jolley in a statement.
Spring is here and wildlife migrations are in full swing. It’s a season of opportunity for wildlife enthusiasts, especially for those who enjoy observing migratory birds as they pass through southeastern Utah, said Linda Whitham, Central Canyonlands program manager for The Nature Conservancy’s Moab Project Office in an email.
To keep Utah citizens informed, the Utah Division of Water Resources has provided the following explanation/clarification on Utah’s use of its Colorado River water and the development of Drought Contingency Plans needed to protect water storage levels at lakes Powell and Mead.
Anglers across Utah and the country have embraced a program created by the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources and Trout Unlimited to educate people about the value of native fish and encourage them to explore new waters across the state, while also supporting cutthroat trout conservation efforts.
Fisher people who are getting excited to take out their fishing boat for the first time this season should know these five Utah lakes and reservoirs are a good place to start, said the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources in a statement.