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Wyoming Wildlifethe magazine of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, has a special deal this holiday season.

11/27/2017 9:51:32 AM

Cheyenne - Wyoming Wildlife, the magazine of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, has a special deal this holiday season. Stop by any Game and Fish regional office to sign up for a year’s subscription to the magazine for $12.95, and get a 2018 calendar for free.

“The photos in the 2018 calendar are breathtaking. If you enjoy these wildlife shots there is even more award-winning photography in the magazine--accompanied with articles telling in-depth stories about the state’s wildlife and Game and Fish projects,” Amy Bulger, editor of Wyoming Wildlife, said.

This holiday deal is only available in-person at regional office locations--Laramie, Green River, Pinedale, Jackson, Lander, Cody, Sheridan and Casper. The calendar can be purchased alone online or in Cheyenne for $10.

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