Wildlife Committee Mission Statement
To manage the free ranging herd of native and exotic wildlife to provide reasonable hunting and viewing opportunities for all landowners consistent with a healthy animal population.
These regulations are updated and effective on September 1 of each year.
They place quotas on the various types of wildlife that can be taken and the methods that may be used to take that wildlife. Decisions on quotas of the various species are based on acreage, the recommendations of a qualified wildlife biologist presented in his formal Wildlife Survey report, and the best judgment of the Wildlife Committee.
These reports are produced by qualified wildlife biologists using the results of 'spotlight counts' and 'feeder counts' to determine the quantity and location of animals of various species present in the ranchlands. They also provide information on the distribution of the various species, show where they were counted, and provide recommendations to insure the health of the animals.
Voluntary Wildlife Feeder Count
These are the instructions and report forms to use for voluntarily counting wildlife observed at your feeder. They should be turned into the wildlife committee from time to time as specified in the instructions.