The Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources (DWR) recently announced the creation of the first elk hunting season in the Elk Management Zone (EMZ) in southwestern Virginia. How awesome is that?! While the number of available tags hasn’t been disclosed yet, here’s what we do know: -Resident and non-resident applicants will be eligible to apply for a non-refundable application fee between February 1-March 30, 2022-If selected, residents will pay $40 for a special elk tag license while non-residents will pay $400.-The season will last seven days in October.-No hunting with dogs or calibers below .23. To learn more about the hunt and eligibility, listen to today’s District of Conservation episode.
EP 214: 'Conservation is Conservative' Webinar, Gray Wolf Saga Continues, BLM HQ Update, National Parks Are Safe, Clean Energy Week – District of Conservation
- EP 214: 'Conservation is Conservative' Webinar, Gray Wolf Saga Continues, BLM HQ Update, National Parks Are Safe, Clean Energy Week
- EP 213: Making Hunting Inclusive for Everyone w/ Ashlee Lundvall & Chad Waligura of Able Outdoors
- EP 212: Demystifying Suppressors with SilencerCo's Matt Pinnell & Shauna Young
- EP 211: Catching Trout at Gunpowder Falls, Proactive Forest Management, Preservationists Want To Reimagine State Wildlife Agencies
- EP 210: Zack Vucurevich, Founder & Owner of Whetstone Habitat
Watch CFACT “Conservation Nation” Episode 2.
Photo Credit: Gabriella Hoffman
August 9, 2021