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A: No; there are disease concerns with raccoons (rabies) so individuals cannot own a raccoon, fox, or skunk as a pet. Idaho Code Section 25-236 prohibits individuals from possessing raccoon/fox/skunk, and the Idaho State Department of Agriculture enforces this law. Public parks, zoos, museums and ...
Q: can I hunt Porcupine in Idaho? If yes, there is any tag i need to buy before i hunt it. Also If it yes there is any maps I can see their areas? thank you
A: Hunting of Predatory & Unprotected Animals Some animals are classified as “predators” or as “unprotected” and can be hunted and taken all year. Animals classified as predators in Idaho include coyotes, raccoons, jackrabbits, skunks, weasels, and starling. The most frequently hunted unprotected ...