General forum guidelines and rules
The Utah Wildlife Network (UWN) exists as a meeting ground for those interested in Utah outdoor recreation. It is supported exclusively by ads and donations, but is free to everyone.
The UWN staff reserves the right to determine what is or what is not acceptable on these forums, and may change the following rules and/or delete or modify posts or terminate user accounts at any time and without notice. Use of these forums constitutes an agreement by the user to these terms. We reserve the right to change these forum rules without notice and decide when material or a member's online behavior crosses the line. We record the IP addresses of all posters to aid in enforcing these rules.
Let's keep this place family-friendly. Children visit this forum and, for better or worse, our conduct sets an example that can either foster or hinder a life-long interest in the outdoors. We also want parents to feel confident that this forum is safe for their children to visit. Please keep this in mind and conduct yourselves accordingly.
What may be posted?
Generally, these forums are for discussions from every point of view about fishing, hunting, enjoying the outdoors and sharing information with other outdoor enthusiasts. If you have a comment or a question for others, you've come to the right place.
What should should not be posted?
We reserve the right to remove posts that we deem to be inappropriate. We reserve the right to move posts that we feel are better located in other parts of the forum. We generally do not modify posts, and do so only to fix mistakes, remove copyright violations or to remove clearly offensive materials.
Utah Wildlife Network forum responsibilities
Neither UWN nor its owners assume any responsibility for what forum members post. The posts and opinions expressed by forum members are solely the opinions of those forum members; they do not necessarily represent the viewpoints of the UWN or its owners. Consequently, your participation in the UWN forums constitutes an acknowledgement on your part that you are engaging in a free exchange of information and opinions between other forum members and that you hold harmless UWN from any disputes arising from posts made by forum members. All disagreements between forum members arising from participation on this forum are exclusively between the forum member participants.
If you feel that another forum member has made disparaging or libelous remarks against you, please let us know. We will work with you, but it will be our determination as to what remedies we take — if any.
May I have more than one account or user name?
What happens when a forum member breaks the rules?
We endeavor to be fair and lenient in enforcing the forum guidelines. However, we are serious about maintaining the forums as a friendly place to visit and share information about the outdoors and wildlife. We will take the following actions when too many forum guidelines are violated:
A forum member may appeal if he or she feels the rules were applied unfairly; the forum member may contact any of the UWN staff to make a case or send an e-mail to the forum administrator account at email@example.com. The UWN staff will deliberate the appeal as a group and make a decision.