UDWR

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AcronymDefinition
UDWRUtah Division of Wildlife Resources
UDWRUtah Department of Wildlife Resources
UDWRUpper-Division Writing Requirement (various locations)
UDWRUtah Division of Water Rights (Salt Lake City, UT)
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Along with the video posted on August 24 the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources wrote: 'If you see flying fish at Utah's remote lakes, don't be alarmed'!
Digital elevation models and locations of roads and water sources were obtained from the Utah Automated Geographic Reference Center, the Bureau of Land Management, and the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, all at the 30 x 30-m scale.
A total of 138,554 big-game hunting permits will be issued by the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources this year.
In 2003, to increase driver's safety, reduce deer mortality and provide deer access to their traditional seasonal ranges across I-15, three agencies (Utah Division of Wildlife Resources (UDWR), Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) and the Bureau of Land Management (BLM)) jointly created a mitigation strategy that included three integrated actions: 1) construction of two wildlife underpasses, 2) construction of exclusion fencing and 3) installation of 1-way earthen escape ramps.
This discovery prompted the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources to manage these populations as a distinct unit; future management actions will be directed toward long-term persistence of these populations, including maintenance of actively reproducing populations of sufficient size that exhibit a natural age structure.
(1) Department of Wildland Resources, Utah State University, Logan, Utah 84322-5230; (2) Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, Salt Lake City, Utah 84114, USA.
Contact: Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, PO Box 146301, Salt Lake City, Utah 84114-6301; (801) 538-4700; www.nr.utah.gov/dwr/dwr.htm
If we had not developed other herds through transplants, this would have been the only herd in the state," says Utah Division of Wildlife Resources biologist Jim Karpowitz.
Although the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources did not support or oppose the bounty bill, Mammals Program Coordinator John Shivik said his agency is working to incorporate the bounty into new hunting opportunities, including maps directing hunters to the areas where coyote control would have the most impact.
Utah Division of Wildlife Resources Statewide Management Plan for moose.
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