Key dates for Wyoming hunting near and new a way to get refunds

As the year comes to an end hunters should be aware of several important dates.

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Access Recognition Program honors landowners with 2016 award

Landowners from Kaycee, Manderson, Fort Laramie and Green River, Wyoming are recipients of this year’s Access Recognition Program.

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Sage grouse chick production at its highest in 10 years

New data on the Wyoming sage grouse population reveals bird numbers should continue to grow in the coming year based on an analysis of sage grouse wings provided by hunters.

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2016 Wyoming Wildlife calendar now available

The 2016 Wyoming Wildlife Calendar from the Wyoming Game and Fish Department is now available.

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Anglers encouraged to be safe on the ice

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department advises anglers to use extreme caution while venturing out ice fishing, especially during the early season and during warmer winter temperatures.

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Park County man convicted for illegal trapping activity

After a long-term investigation conducted by the Wyoming Game and Fish Department a Park County man has been convicted of multiple counts related to illegal trapping. 

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Game and Fish invites high school students to participate in Conservation Stamp Art Contest

Wyoming high school artists interested in Wyoming’s wildlife are alerted that beginning Jan. 1, 2015 the Wyoming Game and Fish Department will begin accepting artwork for the 2017 Wyoming Conservation Stamp Art Contest.

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Game and Fish finds CWD in new elk hunt area in Johnson County

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department found chronic wasting disease (CWD) in a cow elk that was found dead in the southern Bighorn Mountains.

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Wyoming still free of invasive mussels as Aquatic Invasive Species prevention program catches three boats carrying the invaders

Invasive aquatic creatures like quagga mussels, Eurasian watermilfoil, and Asian carp are creeping closer to Wyoming.

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Winter is a time for motorists to watch for wildlife

Wyoming is blessed with an abundance of big game. The state has some of the largest populations of mule deer, elk and pronghorn in the county. 

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