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  • Idaho chukar surveys over

    The last good barometer Snake River region hunters have had on the hatching success of upland birds has ended. Idaho Fish and Game biologists will no longer conduct aerial chukar …


  • Landers: Last blast favors chukars

    The wind was blowing hard enough up the Snake River canyon on Monday morning to rock the pickup after I shut down the engine. The light drizzle splattered the windshield …


  • Landers: Last blast favors chukars

    The wind was blowing hard enough up the Snake River canyon on Monday morning to rock the pickup after I shut down the engine. The light drizzle splattered the windshield …


  • Idaho chukars provide bright spot amid mixed bird-hunting prospects

    Time to start training for the harshest bird hunting terrain in the region, since chukars may be one of the saving graces in a season of mixed news for upland …


  • Birds poised for comeback

    Upland bird hunters have reason for hope this year. Coming off one of the worst pheasant, quail and partridge years in memory, production appears to be up from Southern Idaho …


  • Chukar numbers rebounding

    Idaho Fish and Game Department aerial surveys reveal the canyonland partridge have nearly doubled their numbers from last year’s dismal lows.


  • It’s a noxious task, but someone’s got to control weeds

    It’s not good enough that most outdoors aficionados don’t care for noxious weeds. We need to hate them.

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