A herd of elk came down to Harris Ranch this weekend pushed by heavy snows from the foothills wildlife management area managed by the Idaho Department of Fish and Game. The agency is seeking a license and tag fee hike to pay for managing both game and non-game species with a “lock-in” provision that allows those with current licenses to keep the current fee.
A herd of elk came down to Harris Ranch this weekend pushed by heavy snows from the foothills wildlife management area managed by the Idaho Department of Fish and Game. The agency is seeking a license and tag fee hike to pay for managing both game and non-game species with a “lock-in” provision that allows those with current licenses to keep the current fee. Darin Oswald
A herd of elk came down to Harris Ranch this weekend pushed by heavy snows from the foothills wildlife management area managed by the Idaho Department of Fish and Game. The agency is seeking a license and tag fee hike to pay for managing both game and non-game species with a “lock-in” provision that allows those with current licenses to keep the current fee. Darin Oswald
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Rocky Barker is the energy and environment reporter for the Idaho Statesman and has been writing about the West since 1985. He is the author of several books, including "Scorched Earth How the Fires of Yellowstone Changed America," "The Flyfisher's Guide to Idaho" and "The Wingshooter's Guide to Idaho."