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Capitol Reef National Park is defined by The Waterpocket Fold, a 100-mile wrinkle in the Earth's crust

Summer is the perfect time to head outdoors, but more people camping, hiking and biking on public lands means more people who have to "go" in places without bathroom facilities.

As with each wildlife species in Utah, cougars are managed according to guidelines established in a management plan, which includes regulated hunting.

Due to COVID-19 concerns, this year, the remaining big game permits and all over-the-counter permits will only be sold online on the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources website.

There are 13 lakes along the 42-mile stretch of Mirror Lake Highway in the Uinta Mountains, as well as hundreds of other lakes scattered throughout the Uintas, and approximately 80 lakes and reservoirs on Boulder Mountain

Qualifying to hunt most bird species in Utah is simple: buy a combination or small game license and head afield.

Five rattlesnake species live in Utah, the most common of which is the Great Basin rattlesnake.

Normally a three-day event, the 2020 Utah Outdoor Recreation Summit will be a one-day event held at the Utah Valley Convention Center.

While many events are still canceled due to COVID-19, fly fishing is a great recreational opportunity that offers a fun way to enjoy Utah's outdoors, and June is an ideal time of year for it.

To help keep state parks operating efficiently during the COVID-19 pandemic, Utah State Parks will be undergoing some temporary operational changes.

When visiting a state park, please remember to practice #ResponsibleRecreation. Maintain a distance of at least 6 feet from others and avoid congregating at trailheads.

Spring is here, which means wildlife migrations are in full swing. Bird-watching is a great opportunity to enjoy wildlife

This new pre-pay option allows visitors to pay their park day-use fee online prior to visiting the state park.

In order to follow social distancing guidelines and prevent the spread of COVID-19, the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources is now offering a temporary online field day for hunter education courses.

Each of the closed wildlife management areas provide critical winter range habitat for mule deer. And each one is clearly marked with signs indicating it is currently closed.

Robert Dennett, 45, of Washington City, and Kamron Wootton, 35, also of Washington City, were charged in Kane County's 6th District Court with bribery or threat to influence a contest, a third-degree felony

Faith Heaton Jolley is the public information officer for the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources. She joined the division in 2019, after working as a reporter and editor for for seven years.

Utah is doing something that only a few other states are doing: real-time tracking of wildlife. And now some of that data will be available to the public via a new website that launched Tuesday, March 3.

If you are looking for some warmer weather and some hot fishing, look no further than these three waterbodies in southern Utah during late March.

Division of Wildlife Resources biologists respond to questions from the public.

The DWR captures around 1,000 big game animals each year to perform health assessments and to place GPS collars on the animals to learn more about their migration patterns.

Utah Division of Wildlife Resources officials are reminding the public not to feed deer or other wildlife after corn kernels were discovered in the gut of a deer that recently died of chronic wasting disease in the Moab area.

Thousands of geese lifting off Gunnison Bend Reservoir amid honks and the beating of wings. If you want to see the incredible spectacle yourself, head to the annual Delta Snow Goose Festival later this month.

The application period for Utah's big game hunts is opening soon, so if you're interested in getting your own locally-harvested deer or elk meat this fall, be sure to take note of the dates.

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.

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