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License change helps anglers, small game hunters head afield year-round

New change begins Jan. 1, 2019

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Game and Fish credit card processing fee begins for 2019 season

The 2.5% fee reduces administrative costs with credit card transactions

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Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s 2018 year in review

Record-breaking fish, grizzly bears, strategic planning and the Wyoming Outdoor Expo were among the notable events in 2018 for the Wyoming Game and Fish Department. 

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Game and Fish holding public meetings and taking comments on license selling agents regulation

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is holding public meetings and has opened a comment period to gather public input on Chapter 31, the regulation governing authorized license selling agents. 

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Four landowners receive awards recognizing their commitment to hunting and fishing access

Four Wyoming landowners are recipients of the 2018 Access Recognition Program award.

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Shed antler and horn hunting closes Jan. 1 many areas statewide

The seasonal winter closure for shed antler and horn hunting begins on Jan. 1 for many sections of public land, state land and Wyoming Game and Fish Commission wildlife habitat management areas throughout Wyoming.

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Holiday gift ideas for the hunter, angler and wildlife viewer on your list

Easily find the perfect holiday gift for the person who likes to hunt, fish or enjoy wildlife with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department. 

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Game and Fish announces winners of 2018 AIS raffle

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is happy to announce the winners of the 2018 Wyoming Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) Boater Appreciation Raffle

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Transmitters following Wyoming’s burrowing owls over winter

New developments in solar-powered GPS technology are helping researchers collect more data on the elusive seasonal migration and winter ranges of burrowing owls that nest in Wyoming during the summer months. 

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New funding helps broaden bat research and white-nose monitoring

Wyoming bat biologists are expanding their research on the winter habitat of bats in Wyoming with new funding from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

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