How Many Elk do Hunters Kill? | Fresh Tracks Weekly (Ep. 34)
This week we're starting out with a quick recipe for slow cooked pronghorn shoulder made from a Nevada antelope and chukar stock.
Michael recaps his recent steelhead fishing trip to Idaho which ended up being substantially more successful than last year.
We revisit the discussion of renewable energy development on public lands with some new insight into what's going into the decision making.
Wyoming has seen severe weather conditions across the state along with a rare disease outbreak that is making life tough for wildlife.
We hear about a bill in Utah that had a last minute amendment to essentially make mountain lions a nuisance species.
Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife is being sued by the Sportsman's Alliance in an attempt to remove her from the Fish and Wildlife commission for anti-hunting stances.
For the Deeper Dive we discuss hunter harvest surveys, why they matter, and how various states conduct their surveys to have an understanding of wildlife populations and the impacts hunter's are having.
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