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- Elk Recruitement Study: Fish and Game is trying
to understand why elk recruitment (annual addition of new
calves to a herd) is low in some Game Management Units (GMUs)
and pretty good in others. This study is still ongoing. IDFG
has not updated the information since 2000 but a contact
person is listed for the current status of the study.
- Michael Lucid worked with IDFG big game biologists in capturing
and collaring elk and deer in the statewide ungulate
ecology study. The research is looking at
the performance of big game populations across the state and
the influence that wolves and other carnivores are having on
them. If uncollared
wolf packs are seen in the study areas, they will be darted and
- Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation asks Bush to support wolf management
by states. March 19, 2003. Click here to view the RMEF
- 2005 annual wolf report at http://westerngraywolf.fws.gov/
for maps of wolf pack locations and home ranges, tables of wolf
numbers and depredations, litigation and funding issues, and
summaries of scientific studies.
- Wolf Update:
Wolf reintroduction weekly updates by US Fish & Wildlife Service.
Archieve of updates also available at this site. Includes the
states of Wyoming (Yellowstone Nat'l Park), Montana and Idaho.
FWS weekly wolf report can also be viewed at the Service's Region
6 web site at http://www.r6.fws.gov/wolfhttp://r6.fws.gov/wolfhttp://r6.fws.gov/wolf
- Wolves,Experts Predict Impact
on Idaho wildlife: Boise - The Idaho Statesman Outdoor Section
July 18, 2002, report to the Idaho Fish and Game Commission.
- Idaho Wolf Management and the
State Fish and Game Agencies List: Link to all 50 states
fish and game websites.
- United Sportsmen Alliance of Idaho (USA4ID):
Dedicated to educating Idaho Sportsmen and women about statewide
issues that impact their sport.
- Concerned Sportsmen of Idaho (CSI):
is working hard to bring to light issues with an imbalance of
preditors to prey. CSI is a grass-roots advocacy group founded in
1995 by people who hunt, fish, and trap in Idaho. We are dedicated
to preserving Idaho's sporting heritage and ensuring that the Idaho
Department of Fish and Game (IDFG) focus its efforts on providing
ample quantities of fish and wildlife for sportsmen to hunt, fish,
and trap. The CSI plays an activist role in communicating
sportsmen's' priorities and concerns to the IDFG and other governmental
entities, while also seeking to educate sportsmen on the biological,
sociological, and political influences that affect their interests.