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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Game and Fish seeks public comment on draft of updated CWD plan

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is updating its plan for managing chronic wasting disease (CWD). 

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Get involved with your Wyoming Game and Fish Commission in 2016

The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission holds at least six public meetings each year.

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Game and Fish looks to simplify regulations for firearm cartridges and archery equipment

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is seeking to simplify its regulations and respond to public feedback related to firearm cartridges and archery equipment for taking game animals.

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Small game hunting opportunities continue, remember your license for cottontail rabbits

At this time of the year, most of the big game hunting seasons have ended, but small game hunting, including for cottontail rabbits continues.

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Moose and black bear hunters can shape future management

Wyoming’s moose and black bear hunting seasons close in mid-November.

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Latest round of testing finds CWD in new hunt areas

The latest round of tests from the Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s chronic wasting disease (CWD) surveillance program has found the disease in three new hunt areas.

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Past Fiscal Division Employee of the Year retires

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is saying goodbye to an long-time employee who has served the public in a number of roles. Dixie Candiracci, senior accountant in Cheyenne, has retired after 25 years with Game and Fish.

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