Wildlife species management plans provide direction, goals and strategies for a species or group of species.
- Columbian Sharp-tailed Grouse - 2015-2025 [PDF, 3 MB]
- Wolverine - 2014-2019 [PDF, 3 MB]
- Elk - 2014-2024 [PDF, 16 MB]
- Mule Deer - 2008-2017 [PDF, 3.2 MB]
- White-tailed Deer - 2005-2014 [PDF, 6.3 MB]
- Black Bear -1999-2010 [PDF, 750 KB]
- Wolf - [PDF, 660 KB]
- Mountain Lion - 2002-2010 [PDF, 830 KB]
- Bighorn Sheep - [PDF, 12 MB]
- Pelican - 2009-2013 [PDF, 954 KB]
- Invasive Species - 2012-2016 [PDF, 2.6 MB]
- Bighorn/Domestic Sheep - [PDF, 20 KB]
- Understanding Predator Management in Idaho - [PDF, 385 KB]
- Predation Management Plan For the Sawtooth Elk Zone - [PDF, 500 KB]
- Predation Management Plan For the Panhandle Elk Zone - [PDF, 500 KB]
- Predation Management Plan For the Middle Fork Elk Zone - [PDF, 390 KB]
- Predation Management Plan For the Lolo and Selway Elk Zones - [PDF, 234 KB]
- Policy for Avian and Mammalian Predation Management
The planning process has several key elements including:
- Assess wildlife population needs and hunter/angler desires, and set management direction and goals.
- Conduct statewide survey of hunter/angler opinions, conduct extensive public and agency scoping.
- Commission direction and involvement, Commission reviews draft proposal and options, and approves or rejects recommended plan.
The statewide, single and multi-year management plans, provide guidance and overall direction to staff and help identify both statewide and regional population and management objectives.
Last Updated: February 6, 2015
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