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Steve, Game and Fish cares a lot about marshes and other wetlands. How do those help benefit uses other than wildlife in Wyoming?
Answered by: Steve Tessmann, Staff Biologist

Brian, why does the Wyoming Game and Fish Commission own and manage lands?
Answered by: Brian Rognon , Lands Branch

Tina, I caught a big fish that I think might be a Wyoming record. How do I check to find out?
Answered by: Tina Walker, Administrative Assistant, Fish Division

Kristen, what safety equipment do I need on my boat?
Answered by: Kristen DaVanon, Game Warden, Laramie Region

Glenn, what makes the Wyoming Super Tag more super this year?
Answered by: Glenn Pauley, Planning Coordinator

Beth, what are the proposed changes to the AIS regulations and why are they important?
Answered by: Beth Bear, Aquatic Invasive Species Coordinator

Ian, why are wetlands important habitats in Wyoming?
Answered by: Ian Tator, Statewide Terrestrial Habitat Manager

Kim, I have heard about the Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s Forensics Laboratory. What kind of testing happens there?
Answered by: Kim Frazier, Game and Fish Program Manager

Aaron, what is the Interstate Wildlife Violator Compact and how does it help protect Wyoming’s wildlife?
Answered by: Aaron Kerr, Law Enforcement Coordinator

Tom, where can I go watch sage grouse on their strutting grounds this spring?
Answered by: Tom Christiansen, Sage Grouse Program Coordinator

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