Data and Apps

Bringing information to bear in the conservation of Idaho's native fish, wildlife, plants and natural resources.

The Idaho Fish and Wildlife Information System (IFWIS) is a small team of programmers, biologists, cartographers and data managers in the Department of Fish and Game. We work in collaboration with our counterparts at state, federal and tribal agencies, as well as private partners to develop a common infrastructure for compiling, managing and disseminating data about Idaho's fish, wildlife, plants and natural resources.

Apps for the Everyone

We build applications for wildlife enthusiasts.

Hunters

Plan your next hunt.

Anglers

Find your next fishing hole.

wildlife viewing, raptors

Observers

Share what you see for science.

Tools for Biologists

Our tools support the work of Idaho Fish and Game and their partners to preserve, protect and perpetuate Idaho's fish, wildlife and plants.

Yellow Perch tagged to estimate angler harvest

Fisheries Management

Stocking, monitoring, trapping and surveys

Check station measurements

Game Management

From check stations to tracking collared animals

Goshawk Crying

Species Diversity

Monitoring Idaho's native wildlife and plants

We work to build bridges between disparate studies and initiatives across agencies by developing common frameworks in geography, taxonomy and biology.

Our goal is to construct a knowledge system that enables:
  • collection at the source
  • simplified management
  • collaboration
  • data sharing
  • better decisions
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Idaho Fish and Wildlife Information System
Bringing information to bear.

Maps

Technical Reports