About a third of Idaho hunters making written comments on the Idaho Fish and Game Commission's draft elk management plan say they want more wolves killed to increase the elk population.
There’s an interesting feature in the New York Times Magazine this week looking at the controversy surrounding octopus hunting in Puget Sound.
Idaho Fish and Game is rewriting its plan to manage the state's elk population. That plan was last updated in 1997. The agency will host two online chats Wednesday and Thursday to hear from state residents.
Hunters appear to be having less success hunting and trapping wolves in the Idaho backcountry than a season ago.
If Teddy Roosevelt were to go big game hunting today, he might bring home slightly less-impressive trophies. That's because, according to a new analysis, the horns and antlers of North American wildlife have shrunk over the last century.
Thousands of Oregon deer and elk hunters face a $25 fine after failing to make Thursday night's deadline for reporting their 2012 hunting results.
Idaho Department of Fish and Game officials say hunters have killed 116 wolves this hunting season through Dec. 15, about the halfway point of the 2012-2013 wolf hunting season.
Idaho officials say hunters have killed 96 wolves so far in the 2012-2013 hunting season.
Idaho voters Tuesday passed an amendment that adds the right to hunt, fish and trap to the state constitution.
Some Seattle scuba divers are upset at two divers who pulled a giant Pacific octopus out of a popular dive spot within sight of the downtown skyline.
A look at Amelia Templeton's reporting on the invasive yellow tuft alyssum plant. We've also got stories about reducing air emissions at Northwest ports, climate change and salmon, hunting rights on the ballot in Idaho and more.
When Idaho voters decide the fate of HJR 2, they'll be determining whether to constitutionally preserve the right to hunt, fish, and trap. Backers say these activities are a critical part of Idahoans' way of life. Opponents say HJR 2 makes it too hard to restrict trapping in the future.
Idaho's first ever [Wildlife Summit](http://fishandgame.idaho.gov/public/about/?getPage=320 "") is happening this weekend. It's a three day public discussion over the future of wildlife management in the state. Idaho Fish and Game Director Virgil Moore says the big issue is over money.
Federal agencies want a new study of gray whales on the Washington coast before the Makah tribe is permitted to exercise its treaty right to whaling.
SPOKANE, Wash. — Fish and Wildlife agents say tips from the public led them to two brothers suspected of poaching a moose in a popular hiking area near Spokane.
KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — State fish and wildlife troopers arrested a Klamath Falls man accused of illegally hunting bears with bait.
LEWISTON, Idaho — The Environmental Protection Agency has denied a petition from environmental groups asking it to regulate the lead used in some ammunition.
LEWISTON, Idaho — Two environmental groups are urging state and federal officials to investigate the circumstances surrounding the death of a wolf that was trapped and killed in Idaho last month.
BOISE, Idaho — Backcountry trails on Idaho's federal lands would open to all-terrain vehicle-riding hunters, under a measure passed by the House over Department of Fish and Game objections.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The president of California's Fish and Game Commission is facing an ethics complaint after coming under fire for killing a mountain lion in Idaho.
BOISE, Idaho — A bill that would allow Idaho ranchers to use powered parachutes, helicopters and live-bait traps to hunt problem wolves has died in the Senate.
Environmental groups today went to court to stop wolf hunts in Idaho and Montana, where big-game rifle hunting is getting underway. The emergency injunction motion comes against the backdrop of an effort to overturn congressional action lifting endangered species protections for gray wolves.
Boise ID - Idaho's wolf hunting season has begun, and the state has sold more the 8,000 tags. But some in the hunting and ecotourism industries don't think adding wolves to the hunting mix will generate a lot of money for the state.
Idaho Fish and Game Commissioners approve new rules for how wolves can be trapped and hunted.