Wildlife


Mission Statement

The Wildlife Program is responsible for ensuring the protection and preservation of wildlife resources throughout the aboriginal lands of the Coeur d'Alene Tribe. This is inclusive of management initiatives oriented towards both on-Reservation and ceded lands. Much effort is spent in promoting the Sovereignty and management perspectives of the Tribe at both local and regional levels to ensure that the wildlife resources that the Coeur d'Alene people are dependent upon for subsistence, religious, cultural, and recreational purposes are perpetuated for present and future generations. The program strategy is rooted in the protection and enhancement of wildlife habitats as a means of maximizing the potential of traditional lands to support the needs of various wildlife species as well as Tribal members.


Hunting Personnel Projects

Hunting Regulations for Reservation

Hunting Regulations

Moose Lottery Information

The Moose Lottery drawing takes place every year in the middle or August.

The lottery is open to all enrolled CDA Tribal Members over the age of 14.

Applications are available in early July and can be picked up at the Fish, Water and Wildlife building at 401 Annie Antelope Rd. in Plummer (just south of the new Elder Housing complex). Applications will also be available at Headquarters front desk. If you are unable to pick up an application, call Kate Rau at 686-6603 to request an application to be mailed to you.

Applications must be submitted by the established deadline (usually the first week in August) which will be listed on the application.

Successful Moose Lottery applicants are required to pay a $25 deposit (cash or check, will be held and not cashed). The deposit will be refunded in full upon return if your completed hunter report card is turned in by the deadline listed on your application.

Successful applicants may choose a Designated Hunter if they do not wish to or are unable to hunt for themselves. Designated Hunters must be enrolled members of the CDA Tribe. If you are unable to find a Designated hunter, we can provide a list for you.

Once you have been drawn for the Moose Lottery, you must wait THREE YEARS in order to be eligable again.


Forms

For more information on the Coeur d' Alene Tribe Wildlife Program write or call:

Coeur d' Alene Tribe Wildlife
P.O. Box 408 / 850 A St.
Plummer, ID 83851
Phone: (208) 686-1800
Fax: (208) 686-3021


Coeur d'Alene Tribe HQ | p. 208.686.1800 | 850 A. Street, Plummer ID 83851