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Three conservationists selected for Wyoming Outdoor Hall of Fame

Three individuals who made significant contributions to the Wyoming outdoors will be inducted into the Wyoming Outdoor Hall of Fame this March

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Sage Grouse Working Group to Meet

Jackson sage grouse group to meet 1:00 pm, Monday, January 8, 2018 at the Jackson Game & Fish office.

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Game and Fish seeks comments on proposed regulation changes related to license selling agents; licensing and raffles

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is holding a public meeting next week in Cheyenne on proposed changes to Game and Fish Commission regulations.

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Game and Fish Commission to meet in January in Douglas

The public is invited to attend meeting; open house

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Wyoming Landscape Conservation Initiative celebrates 10 years of impact

For 10 years the Wyoming Landscape Conservation Initiative has been doing just that: conserving wildlife on a landscape-wide scale. 

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Four landowners receive awards recognizing their commitment to hunting and fishing access

Landowners from Monarch, Byron, Cheyenne and Evanston, Wyoming are recipients of the 2017 Access Recognition Program. 

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Game and Fish’s top 10 list for the end of 2017

The harsh winter, wolves, bears and the eclipse were among the notable events in 2017 for the Wyoming Game and Fish Department.

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Game and Fish investigating deer poached on Powder Mountain

Wyoming Game and Fish Department Baggs Game Warden Kim Olson is seeking information on a poached mule deer that was probably killed on or around December 25 on Powder Mountain, in deer hunt area 100. Powder Mountain is west of Baggs, along Powder Rim, in Sweetwater County.

 

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Pathfinder Ranches donations provides 7,200 acres of hunting, fishing access

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department recently received a $2,250 donation from Pathfinder Ranches to support hunter access through the Access Yes Program. 

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Hunters: New year licensing and applications reminders

A new year is around the corner, and hunters who have 2017 big game licenses that extend into January are reminded to purchase a 2018 Conservation Stamp

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