Check out a fun class on Feb. 4 that will teach kids how critters use colors to communicate or hide in plain sight in order to survive. Co-hosted by Idaho Fish and Game and the Idaho Museum of Natural History in Pocatello, this interactive class is for kids currently in K-5th grades.
Looking for a trapper, wolf trapper, or hunter education course in southeast or east Idaho? Not sure which classes you or your upcoming hunters/trappers need? Idaho Fish and Game has got the answers to your questions!
Helicopters may be observed flying low and slow over areas of the Palouse.
Screw traps are an important tool to monitor juvenile salmon and steelhead migration and estimate how many fish are passing the trap, and help understand if populations are healthy.
Idaho Fish and Game has received multiple reports of highly unusual coyote behavior in and around the city of Sandpoint in Bonner County.
Wildlife staff from the Magic Valley Region, Idaho Fish and Game just announced that they will host four public open houses across the Magic Valley to take public comment on big game hunting season proposals for the upcoming 2023 – 2024 seasons.
Proposals will be available for review in early February and will be posted on the Idaho Fish and Game website.
The comment period will be open from February 8 – 22, 2023.
Idaho Fish and Game staff recently moved three moose when they became a public safety hazard in Sun Valley, Ketchum and Hailey. Moose can become a threat to public safety, particularly if they become stressed by human activity such as people getting too close, or the presence of dogs, both leashed and unleashed.
This edition of the newsletter is packed with trophy trout and features the answer to the often-asked question "Will all the catch-and-release ice fishing affect populations of fish in Henrys Lake?".
The Cascade City Council passed an ordinance on June 13 that bans the feeding of most wild animals in town. The feeding ban was primarily a response to the large number of resident deer in city and the associated risks to human safety and property damage, as well as potential health-related concerns for the animals themselves. Tied to that ordinance, area residents will likely see Idaho Fish and Game staff trapping deer in town in the coming months.
Spring 2023 turkey controlled hunt applications open Feb. 1 to Mar. 1. Here are a few ways to apply this year.