Utah Conservation Permits

Bison are one of the species benefiting from re-stocking with funds raised through Utah’s Conservation Permit Program.

Utah Conservation Permits are available for: elk; mule deer; Shiras moose; pronghorn; black bear; mountain lion; desert bighorn sheep; Rocky Mountain bighorn; bison; mountain goats; and animals many of us consider big game; wild turkeys. Few states engage in wildlife and habitat management as intensely as Utah does. Many other Western states have landowner tag and voucher programs.

Utah Conservation Permits directly benefit Conservation.

This great program not only benefits habitat and wildlife, but also hunters and conservation organizations.

The Utah Conservation Permit Program provides hunting permits to conservation organizations to be auctioned at banquets and other fundraisers. According to the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, since 1981, these permits have raised more than $25 million. More than 90 percent of that revenue has gone toward projects that directly benefit the species for which the permit was issued.

The Utah Wildlife Board has approved literally hundreds of permits. Many of these permits were for limited-entry or once-in-a-lifetime big game hunting. You can learn more about the Utah Conservation Tag Program and the programs funded by it, as well as access links to the list of permits offered, applications, and more.

According to the Utah DWR, conservation projects funded by the permits are:

  • Habitat Enhancement and Restoration
  • Species Transplants
  • Radio Telemetry Studies
  • Research Projects
  • Aerial Surveys
  • Public Education

Organizations that have been awarded Utah Conservation Permits:

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Our outfitters in Utah can help our customers acquire these highly-coveted permits by attending banquets or auctions on your behalf.

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