Friday, 24 January 2014 14:01
Since it began in 1990, Bald Eagle Day has become one of Utah's most popular wildlife viewing events. This year's event happens Feb. 8. Plenty of eagles should be available to see at most of the state's Bald Eagle Day viewing sites.
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Thursday, 16 January 2014 15:37
If you're among the thousands of hunters who enjoy hunting big game animals in Utah, it's time to get ready for this fall. The hunts are months away, but the time to apply for a permit is almost here.
Thursday, 16 January 2014 15:36
The last weekend of the Burbot Bash is almost here. The bash ends with a bang during the weekend of Jan. 24, 25 and 26. During the weekend, cash prizes of up to $2,500 will be awarded to the five teams with the most fish, five teams with the biggest fish and five teams with the smallest fish. This year, a lease for a new truck will also be given away.
Thursday, 16 January 2014 15:35
The St. George Winter Bird Festival will be held Jan. 23–25. It's your chance to see more than 100 species of birds in southern Utah's red rock country.
Tuesday, 31 December 2013 11:55
Once you have the basics down, what's standing between you and a great ice fishing experience in Utah this winter? Maybe only one thing: Knowing which waters to fish.
Friday, 10 January 2014 12:04
During the cold months of winter, birds need to eat regularly to maintain their body heat. That's where you could come in. Bird feeding stations can play a pivotal role in helping wild birds survive winter.
Tuesday, 31 December 2013 11:56
Laboratory results have confirmed what officials with the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources have been suspecting: West Nile virus killed the bald eagles that have died in Utah over the past few weeks.
Friday, 10 January 2014 13:56
Many Utah ice anglers like to fish with two fishing poles. Based on calls to Division of Wildlife Resources offices, there's lots of confusion about what's needed to legally fish with two poles this winter. The answer is that you must have a two-pole permit to fish with two poles in Utah.
Tuesday, 24 December 2013 12:30
Putting your bait or lure at the depth the fish are — and then not moving it much — are the keys to catching fish through the ice. And using some simple devices that will help you know when you have a fish on the end of your line is a big help too.
Do the birds, plants and wetlands around Great Salt Lake interest you? Would you like to learn more about them and then share what you learn with others? If yes, the Robert N. Hasenyager Great Salt Lake Nature Center wants you as a volunteer naturalist.
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