ODFW

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ODFWOregon Department of Fish and Wildlife
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In 2009, a collaborative project between the Service, BLM, and ODFW was implemented to complete a restoration project at Dace Spring and create two permanent pools.
According to Audrey Hatch, ODFW Conservation Strategy Monitoring Coordinator, "This team is made up of innovative individuals who want to take advantage of advancements in information technology to share knowledge and information so monitoring activities can become more focused." This past summer, the team worked with ODFW stream survey crews to collect amphibian occurrence information, spending only a few additional minutes per site but collecting dozens of valuable observations.
At least, that's what the ODFW intends to find out as it recently dropped larger-than-usual fish into the high lakes of the Eagle Cap Wilderness of Northeast Oregon in an effort to improve survival rates of the trout in its stocking program.
In a (https://www.facebook.com/MyODFW/) Facebook post , ODFW called the incident "a sad situation."
Implementing agency : ODFW - Agency - Department of Fish and Wildlife,
The ODFW recently captured more than 30 bighorn sheep in Eastern Oregon and transplanted them in the agency's continuing effort to restore the rare native animal to its historic ranges.
Report any sightings to the ODFW's elk hoof disease online reporting page at www.dfw.state.or.us or contact ODFW's Wildlife Health Lab by calling 1-866-968-2600 or emailing Wildlife.Health@state.or.us.
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The photos by Jane Pittenger of Florence (crane), Ken Gagne of Yachats (crabber) and Julie Woodman of North Bend (clam-digger) will be used in ODFW promotional materials.
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Registration is open for ODFW's free pheasant hunts for youths 17 and younger scheduled throughout the state in September, including a hunt at the Fern Ridge Wildlife Area on Sept.
Learning to shoot a bow, improving technique, packing for a hunt, field dressing an animal and how to care for and cook meat will be covered during a June 28 class led by Wayne Endicott, owner of The Bow Rack, the ODFW and Oregon Bowhunters on Endicott's Springfield farm.