Utah Hunting News

Utah Needs Hunter Ed Instructors
Have you ever wanted to pass the passion you have for hunting on to someone else?
Saving Deer - One Acre at a Time
The Mule Deer Foundation (MDF) completed a million dollars on the ground habitat projects for mule deer and black-tailed deer in 2008. Thousands of acres of habitat have been restored or improved through these efforts.
100 Pronghorn Moved Into Northeastern Utah
Pronghorn from Parker Mountain in southern Utah have been introduced to new homes in northeastern Utah south of US-40.
Western Sportsmen Wish to See Game Habitat Protected
Western sportsmen want to see fish and game habitat protected as energy extraction continues. Most hunters and anglers believe unchecked drilling will impact wildlife.
TRCP Files Formal Protest Against Utah Energy Leases
The Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership has filed a formal protest of energy leases on important fish and wildlife habitat in Utah, where a Bureau of Land Management lease sale has drawn unprecedented scrutiny.
Utah DWR Recommends Several Changes
The Division of Wildlife Resources is recommending several changes to Utah's bonus point and preference point system.
Utah Cougar Permits Still Available
If you want to hunt cougars in Utah this season, but you didn't draw a limited entry permit earlier this fall, mark Nov. 6 on your calendar.
Utah's Warm Weather May Hamper Deer Season
Unless the weather changes, finding deer could be tough when Utah's general rifle buck deer hunt starts Oct. 18.
Utah DWR Says Plenty of Bull Elk This Year
If you're new to elk hunting, the Division of Wildlife Resource's big game coordinator has some advice for you.
Utah to Increase Spring Turkey Permits
You might have a good chance at drawing a wild turkey hunting permit for this spring's hunts.