March Commission meeting to be held in Rawlins, public comment welcomed

The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission’s next meeting is coming up and the public will have the chance to hear important information and offer comments.

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Sage Grouse Implementation Team seeks public comments, will meet March 10

The Sage Grouse Implementation Team (SGIT) is scheduled to meet on March 10, 2016 in Lander, Wyoming.

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Bowhunter education class offered for Wyoming archers

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department, together with Bowhunters of Wyoming (BOW), is offering a bowhunter education course.

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Game and Fish finds CWD in new deer hunt area near Lander

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department confirmed chronic wasting disease (CWD) in a buck mule deer that was found dead southeast of Lander.

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U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service moving forward with proposed rule to delist grizzly bears

Governor Matt Mead and the Wyoming Game and Fish Department are pleased the United States Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) is taking steps to remove grizzly bears from the endangered species list in Wyoming, Montana and Idaho.

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Brucellosis in elk decreased in 2015

The prevalence of brucellosis in Wyoming’s elk herds not utilizing feedgrounds decreased in 2015 according to a recent Wyoming Game and Fish Department report.

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Game and Fish to work with landowners on black-footed ferret recovery

Since the time that black footed-ferrets were found on a ranch near Meeteetse, Wyoming, which confirmed that the mammal was not extinct, there has been an incredible partnership between landowners and wildlife managers in the recovery of this species.

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Wild turkey licenses still within reach

Even if you missed the application deadline for spring turkey licenses, there is still a chance to purchase a general license and/or leftover Type 3 licenses.

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Public input needed for 2016 hunting seasons

Game and Fish to host season setting meetings throughout the Bighorn Basin in March.  

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Game and Fish Commissioners’ licenses provide amazing hunting opportunities and support nonprofits

The State Legislature created a program many years ago allowing the seven Wyoming Game and Fish Commissioners to donate eight  elk, deer or antelope hunting licenses to nonprofit, charitable organizations.  Many of these nonprofits across Wyoming are currently auctioning or raffling those licenses to interested hunters.

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