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Fishy Border Contamination

"The possession of contaminated fish taken from the reservoir is prohibited by the TDSHS" - EPA

(LAS CRUCES, N.M.) - Fishing at Donna Reservoir In the latest chapter of a long-running border environmental mystery, U.S. federal and state officials plan a visit to south Texas this coming week.

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OSP Fish and Wildlife Trooper First Oregon Recipient of Award From National Fish and Wildlife Foundation

(Portland, Oregon) - Oregon State Police (OSP) Senior Trooper Mark Prodzinski Oregon State Police (OSP) Senior Trooper Mark Prodzinski was the first-ever recipient from Oregon to receive the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation's "Guy Bradley Award" recognizing the trooper's dedication and public service in protecting the nation's natural resources and advancement of wildlife conservation. Today's presentation was made at the annual Oregon Governors Fund for the Environment Award Ceremony held in Portland with Governor John Kitzhaber and U.S. Attorney Dwight C. Holton in attendance.

Read Full Article (Aug-25-2011 18:57)

Mandatory Boat Inspections Begin in Oregon

(Salem, Oregon) - Zebra Mussel Motorists hauling boats in Oregon are now required to stop at boat inspection stations to have their watercraft inspected for aquatic invasive species under a bill signed into law by Gov. John Kitzhaber on Aug. 2, 2011. Failure to stop at an inspection station could result in a $142 fine.

Read Full Article (Apr-22-2011 18:44)

Wolverine tracks confirmed in Wallowa County for first time

(ENTERPRISE, Ore.) - Researchers Dr. Audrey Magoun and Pat Valkenburg set up a typical wolverine camera site For the first time in recorded history, biologists have confirmed that tracks found in the Wallowa Mountains of Northeast Oregon are those of a North American wolverine

Read Full Article (Apr-22-2011 18:32)

OSP Albany Fish & Wildlife Trooper Receives Two Top Awards

(Albany, Oregon) - Captain Jeff Samuels, OSP Fish and Wildlife Division Director, presented Senior Trooper James Halsey the Division award during a Mid-Valley Team meeting at the OSP Albany Area Command office An Albany-area Oregon State Police (OSP) Fish and Wildlife Division trooper received two awards this week, the Division's 2010 "Fish and Wildlife Division Trooper of the Year" and the Shikar-Safari Club International "Wildlife Officer of the Year."

Read Full Article (Apr-14-2011 18:12)

Spring Chinook Season on Lower Columbia Extended

(CLACKAMAS, Ore.) - Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife Last week’s high flows and poor water conditions continued to hamper spring chinook fishing success on the lower Columbia River, prompting fishery managers to extend the current season four more days.

Read Full Article (Apr-14-2011 17:46)

Spring Chinook Fishery Opens on Snake River

(ENTERPRISE, Ore.) - Spring Chinook Salmon The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife will open the upper Snake River for spring chinook fishing on Saturday, April 23. The river will be open to sport fishing seven days a week from Dug Bar Boat Ramp to the deadline below Hells Canyon Dam.

Read Full Article (Apr-13-2011 18:12)

Get a Firsthand Look at Oregon`s Fish and Wildlife with an ODFW Biologist as your Guide

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife Look for bears on the coast, tour a wildlife rehabilitation center, see salmon spawn or feed the elk at a wildlife area. It’s all part of the Oregon Wildlife Heritage Foundation and Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife’s program, Firsthand Oregon.

Read Full Article (Jan-02-2011 16:56)

Fish and Wildlife Commission to Meet in Salem

(SALEM, Ore.) - Lynx Peregrine falcons, mule deer, and wildlife area parking permits are on the agenda for the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission’s first meeting of the new year on Friday, Jan. 7, 2011 at ODFW Headquarters, 3406 Cherry Ave NE, Salem.

The Commission will be asked to adopt a parking permit program for 11 additional ODFW wildlife areas. (Sauvie Island Wildlife Area has had a permit program in place since 1990.) Under the staff proposal, wildlife area visitors would be required to purchase either a $7 daily parking permit or a $22 annual permit.

Read Full Article (Nov-30-2010 22:47)

Oregon, Washington to Host Sturgeon Meetings

(CLACKAMAS, Ore.) - White Sturgeon photo: Laura Tesler ODFW Members of the public will get their first look at a new sturgeon conservation plan and be asked to weigh in on management of sturgeon in the lower Columbia and lower Willamette rivers during a series of meetings that will take place the first week of December.

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