NEWS ARCHIVE

Evanston Game Warden seeking help to solve two game waste cases

Wyoming Game and Fish Department Evanston Game Warden Nick Roberts received two reports of wasted big game animals on October 19th and Roberts is seeking information to solve both cases.

 

 

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Game and Fish asking for info on another three elk poached

GREEN RIVER—Wyoming Game and Fish Department Green River Game Warden Gary Boyd is seeking information to solve three new elk poaching cases that occurred around October 10.

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Be bear aware this fall hunting and fishing

While hunting or enjoying the outdoors this fall, stay safe by being alert for signs of bears. Hunters, especially, should be cautious while pursuing game and be prepared in the event of a bear encounter.

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Miss the Springer pheasant hunt deadline? You can still try a walk-on

There’s an autumn ritual in Wyoming most pheasant hunters wouldn’t dream of missing.

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Black Bear Hunt Area 9 Closed

BAGGS—Black bear hunters are alerted that Black Bear Hunt Area 9, the Sierra Madres Bear Management Unit, closed at 2:30 pm on Monday, October 16, 2017.


 

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Road Work to Improve Fish Passage

Road work planned for Coal Creek between Afton and Cokeville will improve fish passage, but may temporarily hamper travel.

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Coal Creek Road Work to Benefit Fish Passage

Road work being done on Coal Creek, between Cokeville and Afton, will benefit Bonneville cutthroat trout, but may hamper travels there.

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Game and Fish invites the public to talk about grizzly bears and grizzly bear management

The public is invited to talk with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department about what they would like to know and learn about grizzly bears. 

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Game and Fish seeking information on dual elk poaching on Little Mountain

Photo: Lucy wold, WGFD
​Green River Wildlife Management Coordinator Mark Zornes (right) and Green River Habitat Biologist Kevin Spence (left) place a GPS collar on a cow elk on Little Mountain.

 


Wyoming Game and Fish Department Green River Game Warden Gary Boyd is seeking information to solve two elk poaching cases that occurred  in Elk Hunt Area 31, Little Mountain, between October 4 and October 6.

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You can help wildlife by returning tracking collars intact

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is encouraging anyone who finds or harvests an animal with a radio collar or transmitter to return it as soon as possible to any Game and Fish office or employee throughout the state.

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