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    Season Non Navajo Fishing and Small Game 55 00 Daily Fishing Permit Navajo One Day Fishing 8 75 Non Navajo One Day Fishing 15 00 Three Day Fishing Permit Navajo Three Day Fishing 18 75 Non Navajo Three Day Fishing 25 00 Extra Validations Second Rod Validation 5 00 Game Bird Validation 5 00 Game Bird Waterfowl hunters MUST have proper validation on their small game permits Water Craft Permits

    Original URL path: http://www.nndfw.org/permits_fish.htm (2016-05-01)
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  • NNDFW Current Events Archive
    Nation Guide List pdf Free Fishing Day June 8 2014 pdf 2011 2012 Big Game Hunt Report Public Service Announcement Sportsman Expo 2014 Navajo Nation Sportsman Expo Agenda 2013 14 Navajo Big Game Hunt Proclamation 2013 Annual Youth Hunt Presentation 2013 Youth Hunt Flyer 2013 Youth Hunt Application 2013 14 Non Navajo Big Game Hunt Proclamation 2013 Non Navajo Big Game Sale Procedures 2013 Spring Gobbler Information 2012 13 Waterfowl Hunts 2011 2012 Waterfowl Hunt Seasons and Bag Limits pdf 2012 13 Navajo Big Game Hunt Proclamation 2012 13 Game Bird Hunts 2012 2013 Hunt Guide List 2012 13 Navajo Nation Trapping Proclamation pdf Biological Assessment and Survey Services Program 2011 Dove Hunting Season 2011 2012 Game Bird Proclamation Job Vacancy Announcement NNHP Wildlife Manager 2012 13 Non Navajo Trophy Hunt Proclamation 2012 13 Non Navajo Big Game Hunt Proclamation 2012 Spring Gobbler Information 2011 Annual Youth Hunt Slideshow Navajo Nation Big Game Hunt Permit Left over Sale 2011 2012 Trapping Proclamation 2011 Navajo Nation Spring Gobbler Hunt Free Fishing Day June 10 2012 Non Navajo Big Game Permit Sale Procedures 2011 2012 Hunt Proclamation Mountain Lion Proclamation New NNHP Monitoring Reports 2012 Sportmans Show 2012 Sportsman Expo Agenda pdf

    Original URL path: http://www.nndfw.org/current_archive.html (2016-05-01)
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  • NNDFW
    to Closure pdf NNDFW Personnel Title 17 Final Draft pdf Title 23 Final Draft pdf Hunter Education Course Schedule Biological Resource Land Use Clearance Policies and Procedures RCP Managment and Research Section 2015 Hunt Photos 2015 16 Mountain Lion Proclamation pdf 2015 16 Waterfowl Hunts pdf 2015 Dove Hunt Season pdf 2015 Spring Gobbler Proclamation 2015 16 Non Navajo Trophy Mule Deer and Elk Hunts pdf 2015 16 Non Navajo

    Original URL path: http://www.nndfw.org/small/mobile.htm (2016-05-01)
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  • Animal Control
    NNAC Home Personnel Links Aces Care Equipment Services Animal Planet National Animal Control Association Division of Natural Resources ACO Fun Stop Official Navajo Nation Website

    Original URL path: http://www.nndfw.org/ac_links.htm (2016-05-01)
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  • Animal Control
    animals dead animal disposal and assisting with spay neuter clinics As a result over 3 000 individuals are treated each year at hospitals and clinics for animal attacks and bites The majority of victims are children and elderly Some of these victims are transported to other hospitals for special treatment Currently there are only five Animal Control Officers employed to address animal control issues for the entire Navajo Nation These Officers can only provide services that have been determined as priority such as bite cases and livestock damage Officers are stationed in each of the five agencies Ft Defiance Chinle Shiprock Tuba City and Crownpoint Without an adequate Animal Control Program we place the public s health and safety at risk The Animal Control Program must have additional funding to accomplish the following Build and establish adequate comprehensive animal control centers in each agency that will serve as an animal shelter and adoption vaccination centers Reduce the number of bite cases that occur to children and elderly Provide adequate services to BIA schools housing HIS Hospitals housing other schools housing and chapter communities Reduce the number of livestock loss damage cases by dog attacks Develop an education program to address

    Original URL path: http://www.nndfw.org/nnac_plea.htm (2016-05-01)
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  • Shoot - Navajo Nation Hunt
    refuse hunting privileges to anyone The following enforce Navajo Nation Fish Wildlife Regulations and Laws Wildlife Conservation Officers Navajo Nation Rangers Forestry Law Enforcement Officers Navajo Nation Department of Law Enforcement Unfortunately poaching practices do occur on the Navajo Nation but you can make a difference Here s how REPORT ALL ILLEGAL ACTIVITIES TO THE DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND WILDLIFE Who is the poacher Any person that does not respect the Navajo Nation fish and wildlife resources The Navajo Nation Department of Fish and Wildlife may bring a civil action against any person s who unlawfully poaches wildlife The Department will seek a court order for the poacher to pay the following sums of money as restitution Each Bighorn Sheep 750 Each Elk 600 Each Mountain Lion 550 Each Black Bear 500 Each Eagle 500 Each Deer 400 Each Antelope 350 Each Raptor 200 Each Waterfowl Upland Game Bird 100 Each Game Fish Small Game 50 All funds recovered are deposited into the Wildlife Theft Prevention Fund and are used to operate the Operation Game Thief Program If the information you give leads to an arrest or citation of any person you can receive an award from 50 to 500 00 These cash awards will be paid from the Wildlife Theft Prevention Fund Employees of the Department of Fish and Wildlife or their immediate families are not eligible for reward payments REWARDS 500 Bighorn Sheep 300 Mule Deer 300 Antelope 300 Elk 300 Bald Eagle 300 Golden Eagle 200 Threatened Endangered Species 200 Raptors 150 Merriam s Turkey 150 Black Bear 150 Mountain Lion 100 Waterfowl 100 Upland Game Birds 50 Game Fish Other Wildlife Rewards will be given when information leads to an arrest or citation of any person who unlawfully poaches wildlife by the following Taking Transporting Wounding

    Original URL path: http://www.nndfw.org/ogt.htm (2016-05-01)
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  • Shoot - Navajo Nation Hunt
    hatchery started with planning meetings involving consultants from Pyramid Lake Indian Tribal Enterprises PLITE and visits to seven water sources that were considered After complete water analysis at each location Toadlena NM was selected Various additions were made to the hatchery through the years such as lining the lower pond installing modutanks to serve as raceways and outside raceways The Navajo Nation Fish Hatchery was developed to ensure a continued

    Original URL path: http://www.nndfw.org/fish_hatch.htm (2016-05-01)
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  • Fish Hatchery
    Fishing Gallery 1 Fishing Gallery 2 Fishing Gallery 3 Fishing Gallery 4

    Original URL path: http://www.nndfw.org/fish_gall/fish_gallery.htm (2016-05-01)
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