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Fires destroy winter grazing range for thousands of deer

Fires destroy winter grazing range for thousands of deer

By Ann McCreary The Carlton Complex Fire that charred more than one-quarter-million acres in the Methow Valley and surrounding areas destroyed thousands of acres of winter range essential to the survival of mule deer and white tail deer. “Range for about one-third of …
Special hunt permit deadline May 22

Special hunt permit deadline May 22

Nimrods hoping to draw special Washington state permits for the pursuit of fall elk, deer, mountain goat, goose, bighorn sheep, and turkey have until May 22 to get their applications in. Winners will be selected through a random drawing conducted by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) in late June. The special permits...
Banquet benefits mule deer and habitat

Banquet benefits mule deer and habitat

Mule deer will take center stage at the annual Mule Deer Foundation banquet Saturday (May 17) at the Okanogan Eagles Lodge No. 3004 at 1820 Second Ave. in Okanogan. The event will run from 5:30 – 10 p.m. with proceeds benefiting mule deer, black-tailed deer and their habitats. Tickets for the banquet sponsored by the Okanogan Trails...
More older bucks highlight local deer season take

More older bucks highlight local deer season take

By Mike Maltais
If you were one of the fortunate nimrods who got a legal buck during the nine-day modern firearm deer season last week, then it was a successful season.
Upcoming deer season opener looks ‘very positive’

Upcoming deer season opener looks ‘very positive’

By Mike Maltais
Deer hunters who will turn out by the tens of thousands for Washington state’s most popular hunting season Oct. 12 can expect to find the conditions “very positive” according to information just released from the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.