Friday, 05 September 2014 14:25
Do the birds, plants and wetlands around the Great Salt Lake interest you? Would you like to learn more about them and then share what you learn with others? If you answered yes, the Robert N. Hasenyager Great Salt Lake Nature Center wants you as a volunteer naturalist.
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Friday, 29 August 2014 10:21
Thursday, 28 August 2014 15:17
Utah's new Trial Hunting program started in early August. The program allows a licensed hunter, who must be at least 21 years old, to take someone 12 years of age or older hunting.
Thursday, 28 August 2014 14:54
Hunters and trappers will have a chance to take more bobcats in Utah this fall. At their Aug. 28 meeting, members of the Utah Wildlife Board approved a recommendation to allow an individual hunter or trapper to obtain up to six bobcat permits.
Thursday, 21 August 2014 13:43
If it's been awhile since you hunted cottontail rabbits, this fall might be the perfect time to pick up a shotgun or a small-caliber rifle and head afield. Rabbit numbers are the highest they've been in five years.
Thursday, 28 August 2014 14:46
If you're new to duck and goose hunting — or you've never hunted ducks and geese before — an upcoming series of hunting fairs, seminars and clinics are something you won't want to miss.
Thursday, 21 August 2014 12:35
If you enjoy hunting upland game in Utah, you can add something fun to your hunt while helping the birds and animals you pursue. This fall, seven Upland Game Slams will start in the state. Each time you complete a slam, you'll receive a colorful Upland Game Slam "coin."
Thursday, 28 August 2014 07:26
Listen to live audio from the August 28, 2014 Utah Wildlife Board Meeting.
Thursday, 14 August 2014 14:22
If you haven't obtained an archery big game hunting permit yet, no problem—there's still a chance to hunt in Utah this fall. Permits for Utah's general archery bull elk hunt are not limited in number. You can get one anytime between now and the end of the Sanpete Valley extended archery elk hunt on Dec. 31.
Tuesday, 26 August 2014 13:20
Twenty years of hard work were rewarded recently. On Aug. 25, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced that least chub — a tiny fish found only in Utah — is doing well enough that it doesn't need to be listed on the federal Endangered Species list.
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