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Landowner license deadline May 15

The deadline for landowner license applications is only a few weeks away.

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Wyoming sage grouse head to help recovery in North Dakota

This week folks from the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, North Dakota Game and Fish Department and Utah State University spent nights out working hard to round up a few sage grouse, 60 in total, to then ship off to North Dakota.

 

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Boaters who get AIS inspections are eligible for prizes

Boaters who have their watercraft inspected for aquatic invasive species (AIS) will be eligible to win prizes through the 2017 Wyoming AIS Boater Appreciation Raffle.

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Game and Fish Commission to meet in Casper, season setting on the agenda

The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission is meeting in Casper, and the public is invited to comment during the finalization of season setting for hunting.

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Conservation stamp to feature work from another Wyoming artist

The 2018 Conservation stamp will, for the second consecutive year, feature the work of a Wyoming artist.

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RMEF commits $83,500 for Game and Fish led conservation projects

The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation (RMEF) recently committed $422,763 to projects in Wyoming with $83,500 going to the Wyoming Game and Fish Department.

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You’re invited: Conservation Stamp Art Show

The public is invited to attend the 34th annual Wyoming Game and Fish Conservation Stamp Art Show on Friday, April 7 beginning at 5 p.m.

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Elk hunting in Wyoming some of the best in the West

Wyoming hunters harvested the second-highest number of elk in recent history.

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Enhanced monitoring for CWD finds positive deer near Pinedale

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has diagnosed chronic wasting disease (CWD) in a mule deer doe that was found dead near Pinedale.

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Help prevent the spread of aquatic invasive species and protect Wyoming’s waters by becoming a certified AIS inspector

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is offering trainings for members of the public to become a certified Wyoming Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) inspector. 

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