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The Strawberry River, from just above its confluence with Red Creek to the Soldier Creek Dam, is frequently referred to as the "Wild Strawberry."

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Utah will sell non-commercial permits to cut pinyon pine and juniper Christmas trees beginning in early November.

The hunt opens on Nov. 2. But you don't have to hunt that day to get in on the action ? pheasants will be released throughout the hunt.

Scofield Reservoir is always a good place to fish in late fall. But this fall, the chance of catching a big tiger or cutthroat trout might be better than ever.

Utah's most popular hunt ? the general rifle buck deer hunt ? starts Oct. 19, 2013. More than 60,000 hunters, along with their family and friends, are expected to be in Utah's backcountry that day.

Meet under the pavilion at the Valley of the Goblins Observation Point. Each Friday through October 25, 2013.

Be sure to register by October 15, 2013. If you are not registered by that date you will not be allowed to participate in the range ride.

Five areas in Carbon and Emery counties will receive a total of 400 of the pen-reared birds. The areas where the birds will be released provide good chukar habitat and good access for chukar hunters.

The photos include shots of the numerous geologic wonders in Utah, with a brief explanation of where they are and how and when they were formed.

Join in a community celebration at Frontier Homestead State Park Museum at 12:00 noon Saturday, September 7 for the dedication of the Legacy Exhibit, and the unveiling of the Park?s 40th anniversary special exhibit.

You don't need binoculars or a spotting scope to see kokanee salmon in Sheep Creek ? the bright red fish are easy to see once they enter the stream.

If you like to hunt ruffed and dusky grouse, Jason Robinson has good news: The number of forest grouse in Utah is similar to, or higher, than it was last fall.

Rules approved by the Utah Wildlife Board should result in hunters taking about 330 cougars during Utah?s upcoming season.

All are invited to enter the cook-off. Don't want to compete? Just come enjoy Dutch oven food and spend time on the beach. Saturday, September 7th.

Guided youth waterfowl hunt

Fri, 16 Aug 2013

If you're a young person who has little or no experience hunting ducks and geese, the Division of Wildlife Resources and the Utah Waterfowl Association have a deal for you

Entries are being accepted through October 15, 2013.

Depending on which unit you have a permit for, you might see wet conditions and more bucks ? or fewer deer and drier conditions ? when Utah's general archery buck deer hunt starts Aug. 17.

Today this area is popular not only for hang gliders and paragliders, but also RC model glider enthusiasts who fly at the west side of the park.

If you see a wildlife violation occur, calling Utah's Turn in a Poacher (UTiP) hotline is the best way to get an officer to the scene. The hotline ? 1-800-662-3337 ? is staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Flaming Gorge Fishing Report

Thu, 01 Aug 2013

Fishing is really good right now at the Gorge. If one species isn't biting, move to the next until you find one that is!

Disabled veterans from each of the U.S. military services competed in a Paralympic archery event July 27 at Camp Williams, Utah.

Live bands playing in the Old Church all day Saturday. Impromptu jam sessions all day everyday. Camping available at $5 per vehicle per night.

On Aug. 3, the Division of Wildlife Resources will host its annual Goat Watch on the Tushar Mountains east of Beaver. The event is free.

In Utah, it's fairly easy to find a place to hunt birds. And, in most cases, you only need a hunting license, not a specific permit, to hunt them.

Stop by the Flaming Gorge Dam Visitor Center between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. on July 13 to see and learn about this talented fishing hawk.

DAQ created this survey to gather information about what users of the site find helpful or unhelpful, and what they would like to see added or changed to make the site more effective and easier to use.

Disney?s summer blockbuster, The Lone Ranger, is set, in part, amongst the spectacular cliffs, spires and canyons of Moab and Monument Valley.

Remaining permits are available on a first-come, first-served basis. You must have a valid hunting license or a combination license to buy one of these permits.

Starting July 8, the Division of Wildlife Resources will accept applications for this fall's sage grouse, sharp-tailed grouse and sandhill crane hunts.  

The Lehi Roundup is Underway

Thu, 27 Jun 2013

The Lehi Round-Up Rodeo (part of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association) is held the last full week of June and is just part of the celebration.

More than 29,000 permits to hunt bull elk with a rifle or muzzleloader in Utah will go on sale at 8 a.m. on June 27.

The 2013 Utah Arts Festival will transform Downtown?s Library and Washington Squares into a four-day playground for art lovers June 20-23.

The Utah DWR has teamed up with Anadarko to give pronghorns south of Vernal some new water sources. The partnership has resulted in establishment of 12 new guzzlers, which provide water to animals in these parched lands.

Rattlesnake safety tips

Mon, 17 Jun 2013

Summer is the time of year when you'll most likely encounter rattlesnakes in Utah. Eight rattlesnake subspecies live in Utah. The most common is the Great Basin rattlesnake, which is found across the state.

This demo will include basic dutch oven cooking, including how to cook a super easy cobbler (with free samples!)

"I?ve learned that taking a newbie fishing, hunting or exploring our great outdoors gives the mentor the same feelings of delight and empowerment."

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.

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