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Welcome to the Idaho page of CA Wildlife Area.com!

The official state bird of Idaho is the Mountain Bluebird.

Did you know that the Official Idaho State flower is the Syringa (Philadelphus lewisii)?

Learn about wildflowers in Idaho at CWildflowers.com

Find historical sites in Idaho at See Historical Sites.com

Want to learn about fairs and festivals in Idaho? Visit US Fairs and Festivals.com

For the details on fairs in: Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah Washington, and Wyoming visit US Fairs and Festivals.com

Road conditions for Idaho from Idaho Transportation Dept

Idaho Fish and Game Interactive Map

National Refuge Areas of Idaho:

Bear Lake National Wildlife Refuge
Camas National Wildlife Refuge
Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge
Grays Lake National Wildlife Refuge
Kootenai National Wildlife Refuge
Minidoka National Wildlife Refuge
Oxford Slough Waterfowl Production Area

State and Private Refuge Areas of Idaho:

The MLK Nature Center 600 South Walnut, Boise, Idaho 83712 Phone: (208) 334-2225

The WaterLife Discovery Center near Sandpoint, Idaho

Lewiston Wildlife Habitat Area near Lewiston, Idaho

Bear Lake Valley in southwest Idaho

Snake River Birds of Prey Area in Southeastern Idaho

More hot spots (source: Palouse Audubon Society's Area Hotspots); visit this Audubon Society’s page to learn about great birding spots sorted by the seasons. Includes: Lewiston Levee Pond, Waste-water Ponds at Hidden Village, Waste-water Pond at Genesee, Kamiak Butte County Park, Wawawai and Steptoe Canyons, Mann Lake, and Heyburn State Park.

 

 

The Idaho Access Yes program (source: Idaho Fish and Game)

 

Useful links:

Ducks Unlimited, Inc.
Ducks Unlimited, Inc. is a partner of the USFWS in various habitat restoration projects.

Information Center for the Environment
UC Davis and thirty private, state, federal, and international organizations team up with a common interest in environmental protection.

Leave No Trace
The Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics is an educational, nonprofit organization dedicated to the responsible enjoyment and active stewardship of the outdoors by all people, worldwide.

National Wildlife Refuge Association
By combining policy, grassroots development and public education objectives, the National Wildlife Refuge Association (NWRA) works to strengthen the ecological integrity of our national wildlife refuges and thus ensure a diverse spectrum of plants and wildlife well into the future.

Natural Resources Conservation Service - California Programs
With the mission of “Helping People Help the Land,” the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) provides products and services that enable people to be good stewards of the Nation’s soil, water, and related natural resources on non-Federal lands.

Partners for Fish and Wildlife
A voluntary habitat restoration program working in cooperation with private landowners.

Point Reyes Bird Observatory
The PRBO is a non-profit organization with a mission to "conserve birds and the environment using science to understand and find solutions to problems threatening wildlife populations and ecosystems.

National Wildlife Federation

iNaturalist.org - learn about nature and meet others interested in the same.

Viewing Wildlife tips

Arizona Dept. of Fish and Game recommendations for wildlife viewing

Photo Tips

Ethan Meleg Nature Photography tips

Nature Photographers.net

Scott Bourne Wildlife tips and this great photographer also leads workshops

Accidents happen:

Sometimes when we visit wildlife areas or even in our backyards, our best friends (dogs) get a warning salvo from a skunk. Working at a Wildlife Area I caught the aroma on many occasions, but it happened to our best friends in our backyard. Skunks cannot climb, but they will make it through any opening in your fence and they love pet food. Although we had no pet food out, that did not help our dogs. What did help were hydrogen peroxide, baking soda, and a little Dawn dishwashing soap and this company cares about wildlife. If you activate your donation online, every bottle of Dawn you purchase will create a $1 donation to wildlife rescues (visit their website to learn more; follow them on Facebook ). In case you didn't know, Dawn is also used to help wildlife when they are victims of toxic spills. Petcare.com has several remedies for skunked pets, we recommend option one.

 


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