“The National Wildlife Refuge System is a national treasure that conserves millions of acres of wildlife habitat and provides Americans with unparalleled opportunities to hunt, fish and experience the wonders of the natural world,” said Ashe. “By expanding those opportunities, we are enhancing the lives of millions of Americans, stimulating the national economy to which hunting and fishing contribute significantly, and generating much needed additional funding for wildlife conservation.”
Hunting and fishing licenses available online again in idaho - Online sales of hunting and fishing licenses resumed nov. 29 following a three-month shutdown due to a computer breach at the vendor that handles those sales, idaho officials announced. idaho fish and game officials said additional security features.
|WASHINGTON'S WILD FUTURE|
|Washington’s Wild Future
State fish and wildlife leaders are asking people to share their views on WDFW's revenue priorities, including proposals on conservation efforts, license fee changes and improvements to hunting and fishing in Washington. Learn more >>
More than 560 national wildlife refuges and 38 wetland management districts make up the National Wildlife Refuge System. There is a refuge within an hour’s drive from most major metropolitan areas. The Service manages refuge hunting and fishing programs to ensure sustainable wildlife populations, while offering traditional wildlife-dependent recreation on public lands.
Idaho fish and game to try for fee hike once again - Officials with the idaho department of fish and game are once again preparing to push a plan to raise hunting and fishing fees despite facing years of resistance from state lawmakers. director virgil moore announced earlier this week that his department.