The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and the Wyoming Game and Fish Department partnered with private landowners to provide 15 years of public elk hunting access to nearly 11,000 acres of rich wildlife habitat. The area resides in the southern Laramie Mountains in Albany County. The agreement will help wildlife manager better manage the elk population in Elk Hunt Area 7, which has been over objective for 14 consecutive years. In November 2015, the partners signed an access agreement that applies to the 6,600-acre Mule Creek Ranch plus an additional 4,000 acres of state and Bureau of Land Management (BLM) lands within the ranch boundary.
Idaho’s Wildlife, Research, Hunting Heritage Get $3.8 Million from RMEF, Partners
MISSOULA, Mont. — There is better forage for Idaho’s elk, whitetail and mule deer, moose, pronghorn antelope and other wildlife thanks to $3,832,977 in grant [...]
Rewards Available for Helping ID Suspects in Oregon Poaching Cases
Below is a news release from the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. For 2023-2025, Fiocchi partnered with the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation to increase [...]
Chronic Wasting Diseased Confirmed in Kentucky for First Time
Below is a news release from the Kentucky Department of Fish & Wildlife Resources. Officials with the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources announced [...]