Using teeth to get ages of animals helps biologists and hunters

The hunting season is in full swing and the Wyoming Game and Fish Department is again offering to help hunters who want to know the age of a harvested animal.

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Game and Fish Finds CWD In New Deer Hunt Area

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s chronic wasting disease (CWD) surveillance program has found the disease in a new deer hunt area. CWD is a fatal neurological disease of deer, elk and moose.

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Take part in the Wyoming Wildlife photo contest

If you enjoy taking photographs of the people, plants, landscapes and of course wildlife of the Cowboy State then the Wyoming Game and Fish Department hopes you will enter this year’s Wyoming Wildlife photo contest

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Youth pheasant hunting opportunities

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department invites young hunters to pursue pheasants this fall with days and areas set aside specifically for youth. 

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Game and Fish announces Conservation Stamp Art Contest

Artists interested in Wyoming’s wildlife are alerted that beginning Jan. 1, 2016 the Wyoming Game and Fish Department will begin accepting artwork for the 2017 Wyoming Conservation Stamp Art Contest.

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Four to join Wyoming Outdoor Hall Fame this November

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is excited to announce the 2015 class of the Wyoming Outdoor Hall of Fame.

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Cheyenne Field Archers donate $1,633 for hunting/fishing access; $12,833 donated since 2006

Since 2006, every walk-in and hunter management area sign across Wyoming has been a sign of the Cheyenne Field Archers commitment to public hunting and fishing access.

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Al Langston retires

The “go-to” guy for handling Wyoming’s hunting and angling inquiries, is now taking his own advice.

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Be mindful of tularemia when outside this fall

The Wyoming Department of Health and the Wyoming Game and Fish Department would like to remind hunters and other outdoor enthusiasts to be aware of tularemia while enjoying the out of doors this fall. 

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State leadership helps sage grouse stay off the endangered species list

Governor Matt Mead and the Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s Director praised the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s (Fish and Wildlife) announcement today that the Greater sage-grouse will not be listed under the Endangered Species Act.

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