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  • Yakama Nation Wildlife

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  • Yakama Nation Wildlife
    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 CARNIVORE CAM PICTURES Pictures Two separate pine waltx lá martens caught on camera Picture 1 Bobcat pícim reading our sign Picture 2 Cougar Kwaawí looking for food Pictures Two separate black bears anahui caught on camera Picture Coyote spílya

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

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  • Yakama Nation Wildlife
    boys and girls attend this five day camp The Wildlife Youth Camp includes outdoor activities including wildlife field trips cultural activities and recreational activities Students have the opportunity to view and work with a number of wildlife species such as ducks mountain goats frogs butterflies and others Cultural activities includes archery crafts and making fishing and hunting tools Recreational activities included swimming rafting hiking and sports In 2007 we received a generous grant from the Yakima Valley Community Foundation to help us in our efforts to bring kids and nature together Thank you Objectives of Camp There are four main objectives of the Wildlife Youth Camp Promote and develop cultural education and awarenss with focus on teenage youth Provide leadership and encouragement for professional and post secondary educational development Build awareness of future natural resource protection enhancement and sustainability Develop and build personal and social skills for individuals who may not otherwise have the opportunity to experience the land and its abundant natural and cultural resources Description of Camp Our Wildlife Youth Camp is available to 14 17 year old girls and boys The camp is available to all Native American youths A maximum of thirty girls and boys are

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

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  • Yakama Nation Wildlife
    Info for Tribal Members Recreation Useful Links The Wildlife Store Wildlife Technicians Photos Wildlife Technician Photos Corwin Adams Wildlife Technician II 865 5121 Dave Blodgett Big Game Technician x6320 Victor Ganuelas Jr Wildlife Technician IV 865 5121 Donald Harbaugh Nuisance Animal Control Technician Cell Phone 509 949 2348 Eugene Harris Wildlife Technician II 865 5121 Patricia Heemsah Spotted Owl Technician IV x6326 Terry Heemsah Spotted Owl Technician III x6319 George

    Original URL path: http://www.ynwildlife.org/Wildlife%20Tech%20Photos.php (2016-02-09)
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  • Yakama Nation Wildlife
    Hunting Maps Other Hunting 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 2011 Opening Day Harvest Click graphs to enlarge Report Violations Call the Yakama Nation Tribal Police 509 865 2933 Wildlife Range Vegetation Resources Management Program

    Original URL path: http://www.ynwildlife.org/openingdaycounts2011.php (2016-02-09)
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  • Yakama Nation Wildlife
    hope this guy doesn t think I caught these for him Those aren t Oregon Ducks those are Satus Ducks Thats a lot of ducks but what was really amazing was how these guys got them to lineup for a photo Shot Gun 350 Bird Dog 100 Duck Necklace Priceless George grumbles to Steve Just think how many more ducks we would have shot if Bob would ve put on

    Original URL path: http://www.ynwildlife.org/openingdayphotos2011.php (2016-02-09)
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