I salvaged and reported a deer hit by a car and it generated a form with all my information on it and a place for a signature, but it did not say what to do with the form. Do I turn it in somewhere locally? Do I mail it in?
Idaho Fish and Game presented a report to the Idaho Fish and Game Commission on January 17, 2013 regarding the year-end totals of Idaho Wildlife Vehicle Collisions in it's inaugural 2012 year.
You can download the PDF map and figures (863kb) by clicking here.
A large number of mule deer are hit and killed by motor vehicles each year near my home. Am I allowed to salvage more than one in a year?
If I want to salvage an Elk and I'm out in a rural area, Can I quarter up an Elk and drag the carcass 100 feet or so from the road? Or do I have to remove the entire animal?
No. Nonresidents can also salvage wildlife killed by accidental vehicle-collisions. Remember, notifying Idaho Fish and Game within 24 hours and obtaining a free salvage permit within 72 hours is a legal requirement to lawfully possess salvaged wildlife.