Nevada Hunting News

Nevada DOW Announced Tag Draw Results
The Nevada Department of Wildlife released tag draw results June 13 on the agency website at www.ndow.org. Remaining tag information is also available on the website.
Nevada Wildlife Suffers From Wildfires - Be Careful
With the summer season soon upon us, Nevada Department of Wildlife is reminding everyone that when Nevada catches fire, wildlife feel the heat.
Nevada Big Game Applications on Rise
A record number of hunters applied for Nevada's big game tags this year.
Nevada DOW Has New "Guzzler" Hotline
Artificial water developments, or guzzlers as they're commonly called, literally blanket Nevada. And with almost 1,600 guzzlers statewide to keep track of, the Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW) needs all the help it can get to properly maintain these devices that are critical to the survival of the state's wildlife.
New Way to Receive Updates for Nevada Hunters
Nevada's hunters, anglers and outdoor enthusiasts are a motivated, organized group, constantly searching newspapers and the Nevada Department of Wildlife website (www.ndow.org) for population reports, fish stocking information, new information on hunt units, and changes in boating laws.
Nevada Wildlife Viewing Event May 3rd
Spring is perhaps the best time of year for viewing wildlife, so the Nevada Department of Wildlife is sponsoring a Wildlife Watch Saturday, May 3, 2008.
Nevada Big Game Draw Closes April 21st
Nevada's big game tag draw will close at 5 p.m. April 21. To apply on-line, go to www.huntnevada.com
Nevada DOW Offers Reward for Info on Poached Ducks
Nevada Department of Wildlife game wardens are seeking any tips or information on fourteen ducks found killed and left to waste near Gardnerville Ranchos on March 12th.
Nevada Offers Big Game Tag App Workshops
Hunters who want to learn more about Nevada's big game management programs and the tag application process can get what they are looking for at free tag application workshops.
Nevada Big Game Tag Apps Due Soon
To many, March means spring, green grass, wildflowers and warmer weather. But for Nevada hunters March also means big game tag application season has arrived and with it, renewed hope of drawing a coveted tag this fall.