The Feb. 2 order closes shed antler gathering in all of Utah’s counties — on both public and private land — until April 1.
If it’s been years since you hunted pheasants, it’s time to grab your gun and head afield.
Starting Oct. 26, you can apply for next year’s most prized Utah big game hunting permits — 2017 sportsman permits.
As Utah’s general rifle buck deer hunt approaches, the state’s big game coordinator has some encouraging news to share.
Sea Bears, an open carry restaurant in Ogden, Utah, has run into a snag with its new landlords at Union Station.
If you’re one of the lucky hunters who has a permit for Utah’s general archery buck deer hunt, plenty of bucks — and a new website — are waiting for you.
Hunting for three upland game hunting species — cottontail rabbit, snowshoe hare and forest grouse — should be the best it’s been in Utah in 10 years.
You can get close to bats at a free “Meet the Bats Night.” The event will be held the evening of Sept. 5 at the Nash Wash Wildlife Management Area east of Green River.
Because the populations are doing well, the Utah Wildlife Board approved hunting and trapping rules that are similar to last season.
You can apply for a swan hunting permit starting Aug. 25 at wildlife.utah.gov/swan. More information about applying for a permit is also available on the web page.
Archers can stay safe during this year’s archery hunts by following a few, simple rules.
Widow Maker Boats, the Utah Conservation Officers Association and Wasatch Widgeons have a deal for you: a free hunt guided by some of Utah’s best waterfowl hunters.
Starting July 8, the Division of Wildlife Resources will accept applications for this fall’s sage grouse, sharp-tailed grouse and sandhill crane hunts.
You can learn how to shoot guns, catch fish in a fishing pond and ride all-terrain vehicles at Outdoor Adventure Days.
Nearly 2,000 additional hunters will have a chance to hunt buck deer in Utah this fall.
Is hunting wild turkeys something you’d like to try, but you haven’t yet, because you’re not sure how to find the birds and hunt them?
If you own land where Utah prairie dogs live in southwestern Utah, action taken on March 5 might affect you.
If you want to join the group that makes many of the final decisions about hunting, fishing and wildlife management in Utah, you need to get your application in soon.
A decision to list the Gunnison sage-grouse as threatened under the Endangered Species Act could hurt the bird more than help it, says the director of the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources.
Utah’s pheasant hunt runs until Dec. 7 on state and federal land across Utah. And private land enrolled in the state’s Walk-In Access program.
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