: The rebound of Idaho’s fall chinook salmon owes its success to hatchery programs, like this one at the Nez Perce Tribal Hatchery in Juliaetta. After eggs and milt are taken, the research staff collect scales, tags and genetic material from the returning salmon.

IDFG news service McCALL — Fisheries staffs from IDFG, Nez Perce Tribe and Shoshone-Bannock Tribes will capture adult chinook salmon from the South Fork Salmon...
Idaho wolverines are the subjects of studies that will help determine the species management in the West.

BOISE — The Idaho Fish and Game Commission unanimously approved the state's first-ever wolverine management plan  charting a course toward the long-term sustainability of...

CHALLIS — The Lombard Trail, a trail dedicated to Idaho Parks & Recreation board member Ernest Lombard, is an ATV trail that connects the...

June 2011 By Joe Evancho YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK—For more than 30 years, Dr. John Varley was head scientist at Yellowstone National Park spearheading research on areas...
Ocean salmon are returning Idaho in very big numbers. (USFWS image)

Steve Liebenthal (IDFG) SALMON — Idaho Fish and Game Commission has adopted fall Chinook salmon fishing seasons on parts of the Snake, Clearwater and Salmon...