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Often when people call me, they are looking for reassurance that their summer scouting for bison on the Henry Mountains will help them be successful. I will get questions such as, “Do you think I need to hire a guide?” or “From what I’ve been seeing so far this summer, the bison hunt […]
Henry Mountain Bison Permits and Demand
Bison population numbers on this unit are managed by sport harvest. This once in a lifetime permit provides a unique opportunity for sportsmen to take a bison in a truly wild situation. Hunting permits are set to maintain the population at or below the current population objective and sex ratio, in a combination of hunter […]
Henry Mountain Bison Habitat, Disease, and Genetics
Habitat management practices include purchases of grazing allotments from willing sellers, operator conversion of domestic sheep grazing allotments to cattle to reduce the chance of disease transmission, vegetative treatments, and water developments. The Division and BLM have partnered in a program to create suitable bison habitat on the Henry Mountains. Efforts include rangeland prescribed […]
Henry Mountain Bison History
This herd had its roots in Yellowstone National Park. In 1941, the Carbon Emery Wildlife Federation and the Utah State Department of Fish and Game obtained 18 bison, including 3 bulls and 15 cows, in a cooperative effort from the National Park Service. The animals were released near Robber’s Roost Ranch north of the Dirty […]
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