The state fish and wildlife agency decided to suspend the page because it didn't have the resources or time to moderate the page.
F&G made an announcement April 2 on Twitter.
"There have been several occasions when the discussions became extremely heated," said Mike Keckler, F&G's chief of the Bureau of Communications. "Name calling occurred, profanity appeared, and posters too often attacked Fish and Game employees by name, and each other in ways that we didn’t think was appropriate for a state agency-sponsored page."
It was also difficult for Fish and Game staff to get answers to many of the questions from readers because they couldn't forward them on to employees with the specific information, he said. F&G can do that on it's website.
The Facebook page was up for about a year, the agency said.
For F&G's website, go HERE