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Black-footed ferret surveys report higher than average sightings

Population reports for what is known as one of North America’s most endangered mammals, the black-footed ferret, came in positive this fall. 

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Submit your best shots to the Wyoming Wildlife photo contest

Wyoming Wildlife magazine invites wildlife photographers to enter the 2016 photo contest. 

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Four conservationists inducted into 2016 Wyoming Outdoor Hall of Fame

Four individuals who made significant contributions to the Wyoming outdoors will be inducted into the 2016 Wyoming Outdoor Hall of Fame this October. 

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Antelope hunt brings women together

This October, 45 women from across the nation will head into the field for their first-ever hunt with the Women’s Antelope Hunt in northeast Wyoming.

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Pioneer licenses open door for hunting, fishing for a lifetime

Long-time Wyoming residents can look forward to a lifetime of hunting and fishing.

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Game and Fish: Your personal information is safe

Some hunters and anglers in Wyoming may have received letters about recent data breaches in sportsperson information in Idaho, Washington, and Oregon.

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Wildlife and Outdoor Recreation Celebration this Saturday

In honor of National Hunting and Fishing Day the Wyoming Game and Fish Department and Sportsman’s Warehouse have teamed up to host Cheyenne’s First Annual Wildlife and Outdoor Recreation Celebration.

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Sage Grouse Implementation Team seeks public comments, will meet October 25

The Sage Grouse Implementation Team (SGIT) is scheduled to meet on October 25, 2016 in Lander, Wyoming.

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Animal Damage Management Board stamp helps raise money for wildlife

A voluntary stamp to support the mitigation of damages caused by animals is available from the Wyoming Animal Damage Management Board (ADMB).

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Hunters' help needed for CWD

Hunters and others are key to monitoring and managing Chronic Wasting Disease in Wyoming's deer, elk and moose

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