Filmed earlier this fall, the six-part series follows game wardens as they patrol …..
People should avoid contact with sick/dead poultry or wildlife. If contact occurs, wash your hands with soap and water and change clothing before having any contact with healthy domestic poultry and birds.
In addition to the 232,500 upriver-bound springers expected back to the Columbia, they are predicting 73,000 summer kings and 394,000 sockeye.
As ever, four-year-old springers make up the bulk of the run, but some 43,000 will be those stockier five-year-olds
A total of seven gill nets were seized which were used to harvest 376 whitefish and one trout. All three men were booked into the Grant County Jail on multiple charges. The fish were donated to charity.
“Two- to 3-pound fish all day long — so amazing,” enthuses Mark Peterson, a WDFW fisheries biologist.
While his proposal moves in the right direction from final funding of $65 million in last biennium, the need is much greater.
The strain of avian influenza identified in Oregon and Washington states is no immediate threat to human health. But hunters should always practice safe bird handling and cooking techniques.
THE FOLLOWING MATERIAL COMES FROM THE OREGON DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND WILDLIFE A new Area of Known Wolf Activity (AKWA) has been designated by ODFW in the northern portion of the Desolation Unit (Grant and Umatilla County). On December 15, 2014 tracks of two wolves were documented by ODFW biologists in this new area. Irregular […]
“One hundred percent certainty it was a wolf kill,” says WDFW’s Joey McCanna in St. John.
It occurred on stubble and conditions didn’t really allow for tracking, but a full necropsy on the carcass suggested that a wolf or wolves had been involved.