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Michael K. Lucid

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Idaho Department of Fish and Game

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Idaho Department of Fish and Game

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The Wilburforce Fellowship - Wilburforce Foundation

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Michael Lucid
Regional Wildlife Diversity Biologist, Idaho Department of Fish and Game Show more


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Michael Lucid
Regional Wildlife Diversity Biologist, Idaho Department of Fish and Game Show more


Wolf Recovery Foundation - Gray Wolf Update

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Wildlife Services, IDFG officers Olsen and Garwood, along with Michael Lucid visited a couple near Hailey that complained of a wolf repeatedly visiting their back yard.


In The News | Scotchman Peaks Wilderness - Part 3

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The project, initiated by IDFG biologists Michael Lucid and Lacy Robinson, attracted dozens of volunteer-days from groups and individuals during the 2010-11 winter, as well as captured on film at remote-camera bait stations a variety of mustelids that included martins, fishers and wolverines.
Also, Lucid and Robinson will have at their disposal a number of portable wolverine traps that can be moved relatively quickly into an area where one of the remote cameras has spotted a wolverine.


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