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February is the best time of the year to see one of America's most iconic birds.

Utahns often come across baby wildlife while recreating outdoors, but it is important not to pick them up or take them home.

The park has 2 teepees set up for rent from May - September.

Skip the stuff and give the gift of an experience instead. This is Utah ? a place with endless opportunities to be present and make memories outside!

Anyone who goes fishing knows how thrilling it is to catch a fish, especially if it is a large, potentially record-breaking one.

The snowshoe hare is highly adapted to living in snowy environments. In Utah, it is found mainly in coniferous forests and aspen, alder and willow thickets in high-elevation mountain regions.

Each bird count takes place in an established 15-mile wide diameter circle, and volunteers will be given specific routes to drive and hike through the area, counting every bird they see or hear during the route.

To celebrate the start of another elk-viewing season, staff at the Hardware Ranch Wildlife Management Area will hold the annual Elk Festival on Dec. 7. Activities will run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Since the land was set aside in 1961, Wasatch Mountain State Park has been an outdoor adventure mecca for off-road winter riders.

This episode includes a conversation between Tara McKee, program manager with the Utah Office of Outdoor Recreation, Jake Powell, extension specialist and Dayton Crites, Cache County Trails and Active Transportation planner.

The Utah Division of Parks and Recreation is currently seeking three representatives to serve on the OHV Advisory Council.

November 11th is Veterans Day. Visit Arches, Zion, Bryce Canyon, Capitol Reef or Canyonlands National Park and pay no entry fee on that day.

With over a dozen ski resorts to choose from, Utah visitors often ask, "Where should I go?"

A small herd of desert bighorn sheep was released last Thursday and Friday in the Ranch Canyon area of the Mineral Mountains west of Beaver by the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources and other partnering organizations.

Utah Division of Wildlife Resources Director Mike Fowlks issued the emergency change to the 2019 Utah Fishing Guidebook to protect bluegill populations while both waterbodies are being restored for fishing.

The Utah Outdoor Recreation Summit will be held at the Dixie Convention Center in St. George, Utah, on Oct. 22-24, 2019.

Waterfowl banding began in Utah in 1912, and since then, 211,860 waterfowl have had little metal bands placed on them while they migrated through the Beehive State.

During the first half of October, Utahns see the second-best fishing action of the whole year. (It's second best because the fishing in late May and early June is hard to beat.)

Just like you?d never fly a plane without getting some training and doing a lot of preparation, you shouldn?t go fishing or hunting without making sure you know the laws.

With the exception of swans (which require a permit from the hunt drawing), the rest of the waterfowl hunts in Utah are open to anyone with a Utah hunting license.

Whether you don?t own a boat or you are just in the mood for spending a relaxing afternoon sitting on a bank fishing, September is a great time in Utah to fish from the shore.

Despite misinformation online saying that the old Tintic Mill near Goshen is a good place to take photos, the area is actually closed to the public due to safety concerns

The 2019 Utah Outdoor Recreation Summit is a three-day event held at the Dixie Center in beautiful St. George.

Colorado River cutthroat trout are a prized fish that attract anglers from all over. Anglers typically target the high mountain streams of the Intermountain West to find and catch this species.

Several Utah archery hunts for bull elk and buck mule deer begin Saturday, Aug. 17. If you will be archery hunting this fall, there are several ways you can prepare for the hunt and stay safe while out in the field.

If you want to hunt in Utah this fall, you must complete the Utah Hunter Education Program prior to hunting.

If you've been seeing Instagram and Facebook pictures of your friends? fishing trips this summer, and you want to give fishing a try, July is a great time to go. Not only is the weather amazing, but fishing is good around the state.

You can see ospreys in the air and on top of their huge nests at a free Utah Division of Wildlife Resources event on Saturday, July 13.

"We are appreciative of the sacrifices that members of our country's armed forces make and wanted to show our gratitude," DWR assistant director Mike Canning said.

The Utah Office of Outdoor Recreation has awarded over $4.3 million in grant funding to 55 different outdoor recreation infrastructure projects throughout the state of Utah.

This park offers something for everyone, from its desert canyon golf course, RV and tent camping, to access for off-highway vehicle riding in nearby Six-Mile Canyon.

Spotting a lizard sunning itself on a rock adds a bit of excitement to any outdoor adventure.

Free Fishing Day will be held on Saturday, June 8, and allows anyone to fish at any public waterbody in Utah without a license.

Camp Floyd State Park Museum is gearing up to host Johnston's Army Encampment on Memorial Day Weekend. The event will allow visitors to experience camp life and participate in several activities performed by soldiers of Johnston's Army.

Several big game populations are doing quite well in Utah, and so the wildlife board approved an increase in permits for several hunts this fall, including for doe deer and for buck and doe pronghorn.

If you are getting excited to take your fishing boat out for the first time this season, these five Utah lakes and reservoirs are a good place to start.

Antelope Island State Park is a popular recreational destination for outdoor enthusiasts who enjoy hiking, camping, bird-watching and boating on the Great Salt Lake.

During the winter, there is an increase in wildlife along the roadways, primarily due to big game animals migrating to lower elevations in search of feed

The Division of Wildlife Resources will host the event on March 9. Admission is free.

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