Idaho Department of Fish and Game

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The Idaho Department of Fish and Game (IDFG) is the Idaho state department which is responsible for preserving and managing Idaho’s wildlife, including mammals, fish, birds, and invertebrates. IDFG manages 32 wildlife management areas, including several that are jointly managed with the U.S. Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management.

In January, 1981, two Idaho Department of Fish and Game officers, Bill Pogue and Conley Elms were killed in the line of duty. Wildlife trapper Claude Dallas was subsequently convicted of manslaughter in their deaths. [1]

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