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  • Yakama Nation Wildlife
    Cock Pheasant Oct 10 Dec 31 2015 3 15 Quail Oct 10 Dec 31 2015 10 30 Chukar and Gray Hun Partridge Oct 10 Dec 31 2015 6 chuckar 6 gray 18 chuckar 18 gray Ducks Oct 10 Oct 14 Oct 17 Jan 24 2016 see below see below Goose Oct 10 Oct 14 Oct 17 Jan 24 2016 4 twice the daily bag Coot Oct 10 Oct 14 Oct 17 Jan 24 2016 25 25 Snipe Oct 10 Oct 14 Oct 17 Jan 24 2016 8 16 Mourning Dove Sept 1 Sept 30 2015 10 20 QUAIL EXTENDED QUAIL SEASON Only the Yakima River Corridor east of US 97 from Union Gap to the junciton of US 97 and S R 22 and east of S R 22 from junction of US 97 and S R 22 to Mabton Jan 1 17 2016 Daily Bag Limit 10 Possession Limit 30 Please park your vehicles away from duck and goose hunting areas Parked vehicles affect the success of decoy sets THANK YOU GOOSE EARLY GOOSE SEASON September 9 13 2015 Daily Bag Limit 4 Possession Limit 8 DUCK DAILY DUCK BAG 7 Ducks not to include not more than 2 hen mallards 2 pintail 3 scaup closed Oct 15 Nov 4 2 canvasback and 2 redheads DUCK POSSESSION LIMIT Twice the daily bag for all YOUTH PUBLIC HUNTING WEEKEND September 19 20 2014 ONLY Duck Goose Coot Cock Pheasants and Quail may be harvested Daily bag and possession limits are the same as regular seasons Hunters 15 years and under must be accompanied by an adult at least 18 years of age with a valid Yakama Nation Hunt Fish Permit SOUTH LATERAL A WILDLIFE AREA Special Public Hunting Regulations Public hunting allowed only on Wednesdays and Sundays Public hunting access

    Original URL path: http://www.ynwildlife.org/huntingseasonandregs.php (2016-02-09)
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  • Yakama Nation Wildlife
    The Yakama Nation has set aside land for use by public hunters These lands are called Feel Free To Hunt lands A permit is required to hunt on these lands and all Yakama Nation seasons and regulations must be followed These regulations do not apply to Yakama enrolled hunters see Hunting Information For Tribal Members Feel Free To Hunt Maps Maps are available at all Permit Vendor Locations and at

    Original URL path: http://www.ynwildlife.org/huntmaps.php (2016-02-09)
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  • Yakama Nation Wildlife
    Here Public Fishing Regulations LODGING Lower Yakima Valley Toppenish Area Yakama Nation RV Park 280 Buster Road 509 865 2000 1 800 874 3087 Toppenish Inn 515 S Elm Street 509 865 7444 1 800 222 3161 El Corral Motel 61731 Highway 97 509 865 2365 Oxbow Motor Inn 511 S Elm Street 509 865 5800 1 888 865 5855 Granger Area Granger Mobile Villa RV Park East E Highway 223 509 854 1300 Zillah Area Comfort Inn 911 Vintage Valley Parkway 509 829 3399 1 800 501 5433 Located off I 82 Sunnyside Area Roadway Inn 3209 Picard Pl 509 837 5781 Town House Motel 6th Yakim Valley Hwy 509 837 5500 1 800 342 4435 Sunnyside Travel Lodge 408 Yakima Valley Hwy 509 837 7878 Upper Yakima Valley Area Union Gap Area Best Western Ahtanum Inn 2408 Rudkin Road 509 248 9700 1 800 325 2525 Super 8 Motel 2605 Rudkin Road 509 248 8880 Quality Inn 12 E Valley Mall Blvd 509 248 6924 Yakima Area Circle H RV Ranch 1107 S 18th Street 509 457 3683 Next to Fairgrounds KOA Kampground 1500 Keys Road 509 248 5882 K Mart Exit Best Western Peppertree Inn 1614 N

    Original URL path: http://www.ynwildlife.org/otherinfolinks.php (2016-02-09)
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  • Yakama Nation Wildlife
    Info Upland Gamebird Counts Wetlands Riparian Restoration Project Species Projects Habitat Projects Range Program Invasive Plant Program Wild Horse Program Northwest Tribal Horse Coalition Buffalo Program Nuisance Animal Program Youth Education Info for Tribal Members Recreation Useful Links The Wildlife Store Upland Gamebird Counts Click graphs to enlarge Pheasants Quail July August Dove Counts Dove Call Counts Report Violations Call the Yakama Nation Tribal Police 509 865 2933 Wildlife Range

    Original URL path: http://www.ynwildlife.org/uplandbird.php (2016-02-09)
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  • Yakama Nation Wildlife

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    Original URL path: /wetlandsmainpage.php (2016-02-09)


  • Yakama Nation Wildlife

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    Original URL path: /speciesprojects.php (2016-02-09)


  • Yakama Nation Wildlife

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    Original URL path: /habitatprogram.php (2016-02-09)


  • Yakama Nation Wildlife
    36 established range units containing approximately 900 000 acres Of that total range unit acreage approximately 500 000 acres are in forested land and 400 000 acres are in the open rangeland or shrub steppe The main focus of the Range Program is livestock management and the administration of grazing permits however the overriding goal of the program is to preserve the ecological integrity of the Yakama Nation s rangeland so it is capable of sustaining a variety of uses and values including livestock grazing wildlife fisheries cultural values traditional foods and medicines and stable watersheds The program has commissioned an inventory of grazing capacity in lower elevation forests The first year of the inventory was completed in house by Wildlife staff in 2009 The inventory is expected to be completed in approximately five years Grazing Permits Grazing permits are administered by the Bureau of Indian Affairs and the Yakama Nation Tribal Council with specific committee direction from the Timber Grazing and Overall Economic Development Committee Policy and regulatory authority comes from 25 Code of Federal Regulation Part 166 and Tribal Grazing Resolution No T 073 05 The management of the range resource is coordinated with the joint BIA and

    Original URL path: http://www.ynwildlife.org/rangeprogram.php (2016-02-09)
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