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Archive for February, 2011

Visiting with our customers about deer

Visiting with our customers about deer

Last week, we held an open house at the College of Eastern Utah to discuss deer management. We had a good turnout. Eighty-one people registered, and we had some additional visitors who just wandered in to share their ideas. From the comments we got, attendees were pleasantly surprised.

Vacancies on Southeastern RAC

The Southeastern RAC hopes to fill two vacancies this spring. Applications will be accepted between now and March 31, 2011.

The threat from quagga & zebra mussels

The threat from quagga & zebra mussels

Dozens of samples have been taken from Electric Lake and Red Fleet since the initial finding of invasive mussel larvae in 2008. All of the samples from both reservoirs have been negative for both the microscopic examination and follow-up DNA testing.

Your ideas on Utah deer herds

Your ideas on Utah deer herds

Have you ever wondered why there are fewer deer than years ago? Do you have good ideas on how to reverse this trend in order to increase the herds? Southeastern regional personnel are very concerned with recovering deer herds and want your help.

How I became a hunter

How I became a hunter

A little over a year ago, I admitted to my coworkers that even though I’d worked for the DWR for nearly 13 years, I had never taken Hunter Education. Then, I encouraged (guilt-tripped?) a handful of my colleagues into taking the class with me.

Ferruginous hawks

Ferruginous hawks

PacifiCorp has teamed up with the BLM Moab office and Utah Division of Wildlife Resources to assist in the preservation of the ferruginous hawk, a state-sensitive species.

Mud Creek stream restoration project

Mud Creek stream restoration project

Scofield Reservoir is a premier fishing and recreation destination, and the primary source of culinary water for much of Carbon County. Since its earliest days however, the reservoir has experienced pollution from too much phosphorus.