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LEAVE NEWBORN WILDLIFE ALONE

SHERIDAN – During the next few weeks wild animals all over Wyoming will be bearing their young.  With that infusion of newborn animals, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department receives numerous calls about animals that people think have been abandoned. Abandonment of newborn animals rarely happens and the Game and…


GAME AND FISH TO ORGANIZE ELK WORKING GROUP

CODY – The Wyoming Game and Fish Department announced today that it will form a citizen’s working group to assist in formulating recommendations for the future management of the Cody elk herd (hunt areas 55, 56, 58, 59, 60, 61, 66). “Our intent is to collaborate with a variety of…


WYOMING BISON HUNT APPLICATIONS DUE

JACKSON – The Wyoming Game and Fish Department reminds those seeking to hunt bison in Wyoming this fall that the application period ends Feb 28, 2011. The Jackson Region is the only region offering a hunt at this time. The process for acquiring a license is largely the same as other…


Take a North American Wildlife Safari At a National Wildlife Refuge Near You

Sleigh rides amidst thousands of elk wintering in Wyoming; trolley tours of bison roaming newly restored prairie in Colorado; a drive along lakes and marshes in Florida where alligators are commonly seen.  These are just some of the opportunities national wildlife refuges offer visitors who want to see charismatic wild…


Service Reopens Public Comment Period On 2007 Proposal to Delist Northern Rocky Mountain Population of Gray Wolves Under the Endangered Species Act

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service today announced it is reopening the public comment period on its proposal to delist the gray wolf in the northern Rocky Mountains.  The public will have until November 28, 2008, to submit their comments to the Federal eRulemaking Portal at http://www.regulations.gov or via U.S….


Hunters in Wyoming Reminded to Pickup Stamps

CHEYENNE— Hunting licenses are regarded by hunters as givens–one of those things that everyone knows needs to be picked up before going out in the field.  Most hunters are also aware that certain stamps are also needed to accompany hunting licenses; but there are some who are not aware of…


Star Valley, Wyoming Moose Tests Positive For CWD

Cheyenne— A three-year-old female moose has tested positive for Chronic Wasting Disease in western Wyoming. CWD is a fatal neurological disease of deer, elk, and moose that affects the brain, causing weight loss, abnormal behavior, and, eventually, death. There is no evidence that CWD has any human-health implications. “This finding…


Wyoming Preference Point Deadline is September 30

CHEYENNE– Resident and nonresident moose and bighorn sheep hunters and nonresident elk, deer and antelope hunters are reminded that the preference point only application deadline is 5 p.m. Sept. 30. Preference points are available for qualifying big game hunters who did not apply for a moose or bighorn sheep license…


September 15 is Deadline in Wyoming for Springer and Glendo Pheasant Permits

CHEYENNE– Hunters are reminded that Sept. 15 is the deadline for pheasant hunt applications for the Springer and Glendo pheasant hunts. Applications and Upland Game Bird Regulations are available at Game and Fish offices, license agents and on the department Web site .  The Oct. 23- Nov. 7 Special Springer…


New State Record Bluegill In Wyoming

CHEYENNE – One of Wyoming’s long-standing fish records was broken last month with the catch of a new state record bluegill, besting a record that has stood for 20 years. Wheatland angler Rod Horsley caught the record 1.92 lb. fish on a fly rod from a stock pond near Lusk…