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Regional Wildlife Biologist

Idaho Department of Fish and Game
Idaho Department of Fish
600 S. Walnut Street
Boise , Idaho 83707
United States

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The project, initiated by IDFG biologists ..., 21 Jan 2014 [cached]
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.
Wolf Recovery Foundation - Gray Wolf Update, 29 Oct 2011 [cached]
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.
"I was surprised that there were ..., 11 Feb 2014 [cached]
"I was surprised that there were lynx in the West Cabinets," said Michael Lucid, who's heading up the Multi-Species Baseline Initiative for Idaho Fish and Game.
The tracking collar on the female lynx will send email updates on the rare wild cat's location, Lucid said. "We might be able to document kittens in the spring," he said.
A remote camera in the Purcell Mountains photographed another Canada lynx that biologists determined was a male after collecting scat and hair.
Lynx are solitary animals adapted to high mountain ridges where they use big feet and long legs in deep snow to hunt snowshoe hares, Lucid said.
They compete with bobcats for food. Climate change that would reduce snowpacks could allow bobcats to expand into higher elevations favoured by lynx, Lucid said.
Michael Lucid (Regional ..., 28 Sept 2010 [cached]
Michael Lucid (Regional Wildlife Biologist) Send email
Kootenai Tribe of Idaho KVRI [cached]
Wolverine Study --- IDFG, Michael Lucid
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