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Idaho Fish and Game

Bull trout surgery / Photo by Mike Demick IDFG

Science and Research

Reports, Observations and scientific research.

Wildlife Research and Data

The Wildlife Research program provides science-based answers to wildlife management questions, develops new tools and technology to help wildlife managers, and manages data to inform wildlife decisions, all with the goal of furthering the agency mission.
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Other Science and Research

The Idaho State Wildlife Action Plan provides a framework for conserving 205 "species of greatest conservation need" and the habitats upon which they depend. It is the state‚Äôs guiding document for managing and conserving at-risk species, most of which are not hunted, trapped, or fished. An integrated approach to implementing this strategy across all Fish and Game programs will reduce potential listings under the Endangered Species Act.