Questions & Answers: Mountain Goat
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A: Hi Josh, The mountain goat that you observed with red ear tag 13 was captured last winter in Wyoming near Alpine. During this capture effort, nannies were radio collared and billies were ear tagged. I passed the waypoint and observation information on to the Wyoming biologist working on this ...
Q: In the Goat draw, Is draw done with all applicants in one pool or are applicants split up into units of choice?
A: Each applicant must choose a specific controlled hunt to apply for. The hunts are all listed in the Moose, Sheep and Goat Rules Book. You must purchase an Idaho hunting license and submit the application and tag fee with your application (residents $173.00; nonresidents $2116.50). The tag fee ...
A: No, you not required to report a mountain goat skull that you found while hiking. For more information on the possession and sale of wildlife found dead, see page 75 of the 2012 Big Game Seasons and Rules booklet which states, “Parts of big game species – hides, horns, bones, antlers, elk teeth ...