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Idaho Wildlife Summit report posted online


 The odds for drawing a permit to hunt elk in special seasons would gradually improve if Idaho adopts bonus-point proposals.
 (Associated Press / The Spokesman-Review)
The odds for drawing a permit to hunt elk in special seasons would gradually improve if Idaho adopts bonus-point proposals. (Associated Press / The Spokesman-Review)

IDAHO WILDLIFE — A report summarizing comments from some 500 participants in the three-day 2012 Idaho Wildlife Summit is available on the Idaho Fish and Game website.

The Summit convened in late August to facilitate conversation among Idaho hunters, anglers, trappers and other wildlife conservationists. Discussions and presentations covered:

  • the status and direction of wildlife management in Idaho
  • the need to keep it relevant to the changing values, needs, and interests of Idahoans.

The Summit also allowed wildlife managers and state officials and to hear and understand what citizens expect from their state wildlife management agency.




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