Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Potential Hard Winter for Some Big Game Populations in the Pinedale Area

PINEDALE -- As winter storms continue to move into western Wyoming, local Game and Fish Department field personnel are monitoring all wildlife...

BLM Wyoming to Host First Wild Horse Adoption of 2019

ROCK SPRINGS --The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Rock Springs Wild Horse Holding Facility will kick off the agencies 2019 adoption schedule with...

First Round of Hunt Draw Results to be Posted on Line Thursday

CHEYENNE - The Wyoming Game and Fish Department will make draw results available for resident and nonresident spring turkey and nonresident elk license at...

Wyoming Range Mule Deer Research Expanded

PINEDALE -- Game & Fish personnel from both the Jackson and Pinedale regions joined University of Wyoming researchers to recapture Wyoming Range...

Public Invited to Discuss Wyoming Range Mule Deer Herd, Big Game Migration Corridors

GREEN RIVER -- Wildlife managers with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, Green River Region, are inviting people to come and discuss the department’s migration...

Wildlife-Based Recreation Contributes $1 Billion to Wyoming Economy

CHEYENNE -- If you don't think wildlife recreation doesn't have an effect on the Cowboy State coffers, think again. Hunters, anglers and wildlife watchers in Wyoming...

Game and Fish Director Scott Talbott Retires After 34 Years of Service

CHEYENNE -- Wyoming Game and Fish Director Scott Talbott announced his retirement after 34 years of service with the agency. Talbott was appointed as director...

Winter A Great Time to Bird Watch; Just Bring Your Long Underwear Along!

GREEN RIVER -- Wyoming has more than 400 bird species and nearly half of those species do not migrate south for the winter and...

License Change Helps Anglers, Small Game Hunters Head Afield Year-Round

CHEYENNE -- In a season packed full of resolutions, you can rest a little easier this year. Now, no matter when you buy a fishing, small...

Wyoming Game and Fish Department Urges Giving Wildlife a Break

CHEYENNE -- The Wyoming Game and Fish Department encourages everyone to give the state's wildlife habitat a break that they can safely make it...

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