Steve, do wetlands have an economic value?
Answered by: Steve Tessmann, Staff Biologist

Ashley, where can kids learn more about fish, wildlife, habitat and what Game and Fish does?
Answered by: Ashley Leonard, Statewide Conservation Education Coordinator

Gail, why is it important that hunters respond to the Game and Fish harvest surveys?
Answered by: Gail Sheridan , Harvest Survey Coordinator

Clark, I’ve heard Game and Fish use the word “fishery” a lot. What is a fishery?
Answered by: Clark Johnson, Jackson Region Fisheries Biologist

Tim, how come you can shoot any pheasant in some areas and only male pheasants in others?
Answered by: Tim Thomas, Sheridan Wildlife Biologist

Brandon, I heard the Game and Fish, Fish Health program has a Tier I designation from American Fisheries Society. What does that mean?
Answered by: Brandon Taro, Fish Health Program Coordinator

Mike, what is the Wyoming Wildlife Protectors Association?
Answered by: Mike Choma, Law Enforcement Supervisor

Troy, can I ride my horses or ATV to hunt in an Access Yes area?
Answered by: Troy Tobiasson , Access Yes Coordinator, Sheridan Region

Brady, what evidence of sex and species do I need to keep for harvested upland game birds?
Answered by: Brady Frude, Lander Game Warden

Dave, how does each Game and Fish hatchery determine which waters they will stock each year?
Answered by: Dave Miller, Superintendent, Clark's Fork Fish Hatchery

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