Hunting Reports

ODFW is increasing disease monitoring in California bighorn sheep throughout Oregon this year as part of ongoing research with Oregon State University and the Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies. ODFW traditionally relocates sheep each year as part of a years-long effort to restore this rare species to its historic range in Oregon. But these relocation efforts are on hold...
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Online reporting for licensed furtakers
by ODFW, FEBRUARY 24, 2017

ODFW launched an online reporting system earlier this year to make it easier for Oregon’s licensed furtakers to report the results of their season and confirm their report has been received. The online reporting system can be found at the Furbearer Hunting and Trapping page. Furtakers are licensed to hunt, trap, and pursue furbearers such as beaver, bobcat, marten, mink, muskrat, river...
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Applications are currently being accepted for one Landowner Representative opening on the statewide Access and Habitat Board. The South Willamette, North Willamette, Deschutes-Klamath and Malheur Councils all have positions open for Landowner Representatives. The Malheur Council also has a Chair and Hunter Representative position openings. The deadline to apply for all of these positions is Monday, April 17, 2017. People with an interest...
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For his last hurrah before departing office, outgoing U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) Director Daniel Ashe released USFWS Directors Order 219, expanding the use of nontoxic ammunition and fishing tackle. Dallas Safari Club (DSC) objects to the Order, and condemns the decision as it targets our hunting and fishing heritage. "This action flies squarely in the face of long and...
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Youth Waterfowl Hunting Days a Success!
by CDFW, FEBRUARY 14, 2017

Nearly 1,000 young hunters took to the fields on Feb. 4-5 this year, as Youth Waterfowl Hunting Days opened to clearing skies and the ducks and geese were plentiful. These special two days of waterfowl hunting were open only to junior license holders age 17 or younger, and their non-hunting adult mentors. Various hunts were conducted on 21 wildlife areas and...
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State of Nevada's waterfowl
by NDOW, FEBRUARY 11, 2017

Waterfowl season closed in Southern Nevada at the end of January, and at the close of the season, game wardens noticed an alarming increase in mistaken and illegal kills of some types of birds, including ten cormorants, five swans and two pelicans. This week we sit down with Chief Game Warden Tyler Turnipseed to talk about this unusual amount of bird...
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