Posts tagged: tracking
Idaho Fish and Game Department
COEUR d’ALENE SPORTSMEN’S
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2013
Breakfast, $7.50 includes tax and gratuity
Lake City Senior Center, 1916 N. Lakewood Dr.
Coeur d’Alene, ID ~ Time – 6:30 AM
Beth Paragamian, Wildlife Education Specialist, will give a presentation on animal tracks.
Stop in for breakfast, have a cup of coffee, and visit with IDFG staff and other sportsmen.
Questions? Nancy @ 769-1414
OUTDOOR JOBS — A few good physically fit, personable men or women with biology degrees and outdoor skills are being sought for the newest job openings in the Washington Fish and Wildlife Department.
The agency plans to hire two wolf trappers and three assistants with job duties that include trapping, radio collaring and monitoring wolves in the North Cascades and Eastern Washington, plus mitigating conflicts and speaking to the public on wolf issues.
See the complete list of the agency's job openings.
Specifics of the gray wolf research positions are detailed here.
Applications are due by Feb. 14.
Andy Walgamott of Northwest Sportsman has more details.
HUNTING – While we don’t have good statistics on the number of big-game animals wounded and lost by hunters, no one would doubt that it’s significant. The number might even be staggering.
So why do
My bird dogs have retrieved many pheasants and quail I’d never have found. What if a bowhunter could go back to the rig and get a hound or wirehair or beagle or any tracking dog to help locate his wounded elk?
Del Peterson of