New members join Game and Fish Commission, receive an update on winter conditions

The Commission elected Keith Culver as president, Mark Anselmi as vice president

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Governor invites people to participate in Wyoming’s Top 100 shooting competition

In August of this year, Governor Matt Mead will announce the winners of the “Wyoming Top 100” shooters competition as part of a larger effort to promote shooting sports across Wyoming.

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Game and Fish budget cut, Governor and Legislature provide license fee increase to continue investment in wildlife management

This year the Wyoming Legislature cut several budgets, this included $9.8 million per biennium that went to five Wyoming Game and Fish Department programs.

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Game and Fish wants your help to update plan for conserving Wyoming’s species of greatest conservation need

If you have an interest in burrowing owls, trumpeter swans, bald eagles, bighorn sheep, wolverines, greater short-horned lizards and Yellowstone cutthroat trout then you have an interest in Wyoming’s State Wildlife Action Plan.

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Living in Large Carnivore Country classes prepare outdoor enthusiasts

It’s that time of year again when bears are waking up and people are preparing to enjoy the great outdoors. 

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Submit your application for BOW before April 15

The application deadline for the Wyoming Game and Fish Department run program, Becoming an Outdoors-Woman, is only weeks away. 

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WYDOT and Game and Fish putting more attention on wildlife and vehicle safety with April summit

Many travelers in Wyoming have spotted some of the major projects that have been put in place to keep wildlife and drivers safe. The overpasses and underpasses between Pinedale and Jackson are the most well recognized and they have reduced wildlife-vehicle collisions, but both the Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) and the Wyoming Game and Fish Department want to work with the public to do even more for public safety and for conservation.


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Spring is a good time to view sage grouse

March and April are the best months to spy sage grouse on their leks in Wyoming. 

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Elk captured as part of a brucellosis study in the Bighorn Mountains test negative to brucellosis

Fifty-three elk that were recently captured as part of an ongoing study to understand the ecology of brucellosis and elk in the Bighorn Mountains have tested negative for brucellosis.  

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Game and Fish Commission to meet in Riverton, public welcomed

The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission’s next meeting is approaching, and the public is invited to hear important information and meet the newly-appointed commissioners.

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