ASK GAME AND FISH ARCHIVE

Kim, my hunting partner told me we have to stop at a check station even if we did not have any luck harvesting game. Do hunters really need to stop at check stations even if they are empty handed?
Answered by: Kim Olson, Baggs Game Warden

Jill, we’ve had many forest fires in Wyoming this year. What are the benefits of fires to habitats and wildlife?
 

Answered by: Jill Randall, Terrestrial Habitat Biologist

Al, our son has lost interest in his goldfish. Would it be okay to let it loose in our local pond?
Answered by: Al Conder , Casper Regional Fisheries Supervisor

Jessica, I like taking photos of wildlife. What are some tips for getting a good shot?
Answered by: Jessica Grant, Photography Intern

Mark, I was recently informed it is illegal to possess certain animals in Wyoming, like wolf hybrid dogs. How can I learn what animals I am allowed to possess in Wyoming?
Answered by: Mark Nelson, Permitting Officer

Tristanna, I lost my Wyoming Hunter Education card. How do I print a new one?
Answered by: Tristanna Bickford, Hunter Education Coordinator

Wes, what should I do to stop the spread of aquatic invasive species (AIS) when I am waterfowl hunting?
Answered by: Wes Gordon, Regional AIS Specialist, Green River

Janet, what is the Youth Fishing Challenge, and how do I participate?
Answered by: Janet Milek, Public Information Specialist, Casper Region

Aaron, can I hunt big game with an airbow this fall?
Answered by: Aaron Kerr, Law Enforcement Coordinator

Nichole, what makes optimal habitat for black-footed ferrets?
Answered by: Nichole Bjornlie, Nongame Mammal Biologist

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