Game and Fish biologists predict good hunting this season, especially for elk

The timely precipitation this year provided a continued respite from the drought conditions of earlier this decade.

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Wyoming Game and Fish Commission to meet in Torrington Sept. 9-10

The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission will meet in Torrington on Sept 9-10 at Fire Station #1, 36 West Valley Road.

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Hunters reminded to pick up stamps

Hunters are well aware of the necessity of having hunting licenses before going afield, but along with those licenses, certain stamps are also required.

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Small game, mountain grouse, sharp-tailed grouse, dove seasons open Sept. 1

Even though many big game hunting seasons are still a few weeks to more than a month away, hunters can get the fall hunts started this week. Seasons open for a variety of small game and upland bird species on September 1

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Research adds significant understanding about wolverine distribution

Thanks to funding from the Wyoming Legislature there is now more information available about wolverines in the state.

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Apply now for Springer, Glendo pheasant hunts

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is notifying bird hunters wanting to get into the drawings for the Springer and Glendo special pheasant hunts a that the deadline is 12 midnight on Sept. 15.

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Crane, goose, dove hunting seasons open Sept. 1

Seasons for mourning dove, rail and snipe open statewide on Sept. 1. 

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Hunters urged to use caution when hunting in grizzly bear country

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department urges hunters and other backcountry users to be cautious when recreating in bear country, and to carry and know how to use bear spray.

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Latest sage grouse numbers are available

Wyoming Game and Fish Department personnel and other partners joined together to visit over 1,600 sage grouse breeding grounds, or leks, this year. 

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Upcoming public meetings to discuss variety of licensing changes

Late migratory bird (duck and goose) seasons and a variety of licensing proposals will be presented at a series of public meetings to be held during August and September in various locations throughout the state. 

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