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Unit 19A-1: McCall Region

Unit 19A-1: McCall Region

Population objectives are set at current levels to maintain a stable population and address agricultural concerns?

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Unit 40-1: Owyhee Region

Unit 40-1: Owyhee Region

Objectives for the Owyhee Zone elk population are not derived from aerial surveys due to expansive land area, dispersed groups of elk, poorly defi ned winter range, and diffi cult winter access? This population is monitored using harvest data, occasion...

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Unit 46: South Hills Region

Unit 46: South Hills Region

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Unit 41-1X: Owyhee Region

Unit 41-1X: Owyhee Region

Objectives for the Owyhee Zone elk population are not derived from aerial surveys due to expansive land area, dispersed groups of elk, poorly defi ned winter range, and diffi cult winter access? This population is monitored using harvest data, occasion...

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Unit 41-1X: Owyhee Region

Unit 41-1X: Owyhee Region

Objectives for the Owyhee Zone elk population are not derived from aerial surveys due to expansive land area, dispersed groups of elk, poorly defi ned winter range, and diffi cult winter access? This population is monitored using harvest data, occasion...

60 /100
Unit 47: South Hills Region

Unit 47: South Hills Region

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Unit 48-3: Smoky - Bennett Region

Unit 48-3: Smoky - Bennett Region

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Unit 48-3: Smoky - Bennett Region

Unit 48-3: Smoky - Bennett Region

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Unit 51-1X: Lemhi Region

Unit 51-1X: Lemhi Region

Population objectives are designed bring elk populations within social carrying capacity near existing levels?

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Unit 50-1: Pioneer Region

Unit 50-1: Pioneer Region

Population objectives have been revised to better refl ect current elk population levels, increasing agricultural crop and property damage issues, and to balance elk hunting opportunity while minimizing agricultural concerns?

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Unit 50-1: Pioneer Region

Unit 50-1: Pioneer Region

Population objectives have been revised to better refl ect current elk population levels, increasing agricultural crop and property damage issues, and to balance elk hunting opportunity while minimizing agricultural concerns?

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Unit 51-1X: Lemhi Region

Unit 51-1X: Lemhi Region

Population objectives are designed bring elk populations within social carrying capacity near existing levels?

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Unit 39-2: Boise River Region

Unit 39-2: Boise River Region

Elk population objectives remain the same due to a stable population and harvest rate? Management direction involves balancing a robust and migratory elk population with general hunt opportunity near a large human population center, while limiting agri...

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Unit 36AX

Unit 36AX

Population objectives have been revised to better refl ect current elk population levels, increasing agricultural crop and property damage issues, and to balance elk hunting opportunity while minimizing agricultural concerns?

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Unit 36A-2: Pioneer Region

Unit 36A-2: Pioneer Region

Population objectives have been revised to better refl ect current elk population levels, increasing agricultural crop and property damage issues, and to balance elk hunting opportunity while minimizing agricultural concerns?

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Unit 36: Sawtooth Region

Unit 36: Sawtooth Region

Elk population objectives in the Sawtooth Zone remain the same because this population has responded favorably to management actions the last three years? It is anticipated that this herd will continue to increase and ultimately meet objectives? Fish a...

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Unit 43-1: Smoky - Bennett Region

Unit 43-1: Smoky - Bennett Region

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Unit 23-2: McCall Region

Unit 23-2: McCall Region

Population objectives are set at current levels to maintain a stable population and address agricultural concerns?

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Unit 23-2: McCall Region

Unit 23-2: McCall Region

Population objectives are set at current levels to maintain a stable population and address agricultural concerns?

58 /100
Unit 66A: Diamond Creek Region

Unit 66A: Diamond Creek Region

The goal for the Diamond Creek Zone is to increase elk numbers beyond current population estimates? While landowners in this zone experience agricultural crop and property damage, increasing and diversifying proactive measures to address these concerns...

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