Game wardens at the Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW) are seeking the public’s help to solve the illegal killing of at least six elk, including four cows and two calves, in two different incidents in Lincoln County.
The National Association of State Boating Law Administrators (NASBLA) presented its prestigious national Boating Educator of the Year award to Edwin Lyngar with the Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW) during its annual conference in Bar Harbor Main, Oct. 16-19.
Nevada's young hunters will have an opportunity to hunt waterfowl by themselves during a youth-only waterfowl season scheduled for Oct. 18 on the Moapa Valley portion of the Overton Wildlife Management Area (WMA). This season is open only to hunters 15 years of age or younger, including non-residents.
The 2014 upland game hunting season offers youth hunters 15 years of age and younger the opportunity to go afield before the regular season begins. Dates for the youth hunt are Sept. 27-28. The special season is open statewide, but is limited to certain species.
As temperatures cool down and hunting season gets into full swing, upland game and waterfowl are on the mind of many sportsmen. The question is, "How do you cook the ducks, quail or rabbits you harvest?"
Flood waters that destroyed parts of Interstate 15 and left much of Moapa Valley underwater also caused significant damage to the Overton Wildlife Management Area. Though it will take officials with the Nevada Department of Wildlife some time to assess the full extent of the damage, their early estimates are that it may take years to complete the needed repairs.
The Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW) named Brian Wakeling as Game Division Administrator Monday. The position oversees the division responsible for management, protection, research and monitoring of wildlife classified as game mammals, upland and migratory game birds and furbearing mammals.
Nevada’s state mammal is making an unexpected appearance in an area of Sparks. A mature desert bighorn sheep ram, complete with an impressive curl of horns, has been spotted recently roaming the fairways and greens of the Red Hawk Golf Course in the Spanish Springs area of the city. Reports of the ram’s presence first started coming in to the Nevada Department of Wildlife’s Reno office on Monday September 8.
The Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW) has seven openings for entry level game wardens, most of which are in rural Nevada duty stations. This is the largest recruitment of game wardens in NDOW’s history.
Forget all of the fluff, let’s just cut to the good news…This year’s Nevada Chukar Hunting Forecast, an annual report put out by the Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW) that takes habitat conditions and statewide survey results to estimate chukar populations, was recently released and predicts good chukar hunting for much of Nevada.