Historic moment: grizzly bears recovered, taken off endangered species list

Grizzly bears in the entire Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, which includes part of Wyoming have been removed from the endangered species list. This means management returns to Wyoming, the other states and tribes in the ecosystem.

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Wyoming updates its plan for conserving species of greatest conservation need

The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission recently approved a plan to keep Wyoming’s 800-plus species of wildlife healthy and thriving.

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Wyomingites asked to report dead sage grouse during West Nile virus season

All Wyomingites, especially landowners, are again being asked to assist in the management of the state’s sage grouse populations this summer by immediately reporting dead sage grouse to the Wyoming Game and Fish Department so they can be tested for West Nile virus.

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CWD found in new elk hunt area in Southeast Washakie County

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has diagnosed chronic wasting disease (CWD) in a cow elk that was found dead in southeast Washakie County.

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Commission approves plan for large public engagement process, urges Wyoming residents to get involved

Commission also approves updated regulations for mountain lions and gray wolves


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Last chance to enter Wyoming Top 100 shooting sports challenge

If you think you’re the best marksman or woman in the West, there is still time to prove it to your friends.

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Super Tag raffles winners announced, $820,130 generated for Wyoming wildlife

This week, ten hunters received the call of a lifetime from the Wyoming Game and Fish Director Scott Talbott.

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Applications for permission slips open for Hunter Management Areas

If you’re one of the many hunters forming plans to head to a Wyoming Game and Fish Department Hunter Management Area (HMA) this fall, it's time to apply for permission slips.

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Wyoming conservation partners unite for habitat projects

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department, in collaboration with many partners, invested $6.3 million in direct on-the-ground contributions for habitat projects in 2016 to make sure all of the more than 800 species in Wyoming remain for future generations. 

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Take the pledge to involve someone in hunting or fishing and enter to win!

Join Richard Childress, honorary chair for National Hunting and Fishing Day, in creating the next generation of conservationists

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