The USFWS announced that a rule to remove gray wolves from the Endangered Species (ES) list will be placed in the Federal Register for comment. Once the rule is posted, comments will be accepted for 90 days.
Palisade State Park is offering ATV rides right out of the park. They will be having one ride each month on a different trail each ride.
Biologists will be available from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. to help you locate the animals and to answer your questions. Late afternoon until dusk is usually the best time to see the sheep.
Visit the Utah State Parks website for more information.
Help finish the Timpooneke Trailhead, or one of many other projects across the state of Utah.
Applications accepted starting May 29
In each region in Utah, you'll find waters that are easy to access and have large numbers of healthy fish.
Visit as many state parks as you can and complete each of the challenges
A fun weekend camping with your family and friends can turn tragic if you do things that lure bears into the area where you're camping.
The trail, which opened on May 18th, passes through seven Utah County cities, including American Fork, Cedar Hills, Highland, Lehi, Lindon, Orem and Pleasant Grove.
The Utah Scenic Print Series features 16 stunning photographs of iconic Utah landscapes
Horseback rides and cabins are can also be reserved online through the park concessionaire.
Check Commuterlink.Utah.gov for the status of other seasonal road closures.
The Gold Course is a typical mountain or foothills course with significant elevation change throughout the course and dramatic elevation changes within each hole.
The National Park Foundation is seeking amazing photos from amateur photographers that highlight the best of America's federal lands, national parks and historical sites.
Visit the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge on Saturday, May 11 from 10 - 3 for an Open House to celebrate the return of amazing migratory birds.
2012 was a big year for firefighters which battled blazes across much of the state. The latest issue of the Straight Tip newsletter by the Utah Fire and Rescue Academy discusses some of their challenges.
These maps help bicyclists make informed decisions about where to ride on Utah’s roads. Our goal is to offer relevant material on ride routes, bicycle infrastructure, road conditions and elements that could affect your ride.
Fisheries biologists with the Division of Wildlife Resources are holding the open houses to share information with you about waters in your area. They also want to hear your ideas about fishing regulation or management changes you'd like to see at the waters in 2014.
Even though the number of deer in Utah is going up, on May 2, the Utah Wildlife Board approved a slight decrease in the number of general buck deer permits available for hunts in Utah this fall.
To see waterfowl, Ron Stewart suggests visiting Steinaker Reservoir and Pelican Lake on the east side of the Uinta Basin. During a recent visit to Steinaker, Stewart spotted 12 different types of ducks and geese.
Utah's general statewide turkey hunt is about to begin. There's no limit on the number of permits available for the hunt, so you won't have a problem getting one.
The North Marina is closed until further notice. Restrooms, launch ramp and day-use areas are open at the South Marina. Boaters are restricted to the southern half of the reservoir until diesel spill cleanup is completed. Camping is available with 24 full hook-up sites, but no tents. Take exit #351.
The free viewing event will be held at Ogden Bay on April 20. The event will be a great opportunity to see sandhill cranes and hear their bone-rattling calls echo across the landscape.
The Nature Conservancy of Utah protects the lands and waters on which all life depends, and we're teaming up with them at the USUBC to celebrate it!
Three Utah government agencies — the School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration (SITLA), the Division of Wildlife Resources (DWR) and the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) — recently finalized the three-way exchange.
You can see and learn more about the goats at a free wildlife-viewing event. The Division of Wildlife Resources will hold the event on April 20 at the mouth of Little Cottonwood Canyon.
Children, youth and adults will have a free chance to shoot at a variety of moving and stationary targets with a .22 rifle soon. On April 6, the Division of Wildlife Resources will offer a shoot at the North Springs Shooting Range.
White-tailed prairie dogs that live in Coyote Basin in northeastern Utah and Utah prairie dogs are fully protected — you cannot hunt or shoot them, no matter what time of year it is. On April 1, all of the other prairie dogs in Utah will join that protected list for a short period of time.
Glen Canyon National Recreation Area and its concessioners are expanding operational hours and opening facilities parkwide for the spring season. With the closure of Hwy 89, Colorado River Discovery has adapted the types and number of tours available on the Colorado River below the dam. Half-day and full-day tours will begin at the base of the dam.
As the weather gets warmer, hungry fish in northern Utah, trapped under a layer of ice all winter long, are getting more active. And so are anglers. They're getting their fishing gear ready to fish open water during that magical, early-spring period called ice off.
Over the weekend, DWR biologists in the Southeastern Region went bear denning as part of a study to learn more about black bear reproduction.
The scenic USATF sanctioned and certified course follows the Colorado River through a dramatic redrock canyon. Food, awards, raffle and live music await you at the finish in downtown Moab.
Most of his paintings are landscapes and western art depicting life in Cedar Valley and Utah Valley. The paintings will be available for purchase. The exhibit will be on display at Camp Floyd State Park’s Commissary Building, from March 9, 2013 through April 6, 2013.
Each RAC holds about six meetings a year to listen to proposals from the Division of Wildlife Resources about hunting, fishing and wildlife management in Utah. The RACs also take input from the public about the proposals.
After obtaining the pheasants, Wildlife Resources biologists and SFW members released the birds on state-owned wildlife management areas that are open to public hunters. The pheasants were released on Feb. 26 and 27.
On March 16, the Division of Wildlife Resources and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will host Utah's annual Tundra Swan Day. Admission is free. Viewing will take place at three sites: The Farmington Bay Waterfowl Management Area west of Farmington, the Salt Creek WMA west of Corinne and the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge west of Brigham City.
Applications to hunt big game — including deer — are due through the application page no later than 11 p.m. on March 4.
Grab your riding gear, your friends and your camera, and create your own off-highway vehicle safety video. You, your teacher, and your school could each win up to $900 in cash and gift certificates!
On Feb. 18, Brad Hunt, supervisor of the Hardware Ranch WMA, says about 500 elk, including several bulls, were still in the meadow the sleighs are pulled through.