In the past three years, hunter education classes have gained an enhanced capacity to serve more individuals in Wyoming.
Once again, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department is accepting applications this spring for individuals interested in“the greatest job in the world."
Photo: Lucy Wold, WGFD
Green River Wildlife Management Coordinator Mark Zornes checks an elk harvested near Kemmerer in October 2016.
GREEN RIVER—Wildlife managers with the Green River Region of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department will be presenting the proposed 2017 hunting seasons and they want your input.
New mule deer study will help wildlife managers learn more about mule deer migration routes and doe survival in southeast Wyoming.
Up to 52 elk will be captured and collared mid-February
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s Access Yes program provided over three million acres of access to lands for hunting and fishing in 2016.
The popular Wyoming Game and Fish Department outdoors program, Becoming an Outdoors-Woman, is back.
Access roads closed to vehicles due to runoff from snowmelt.
The 2016-17 winter is shaping up to be one of the harshest in many years.
Submissions are open for the Wyoming Game and Fish Department 2018 Conservation Stamp Art Show, featuring the badger.
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