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Project WILD and Project Learning Tree K-12 Nature Education Workshop

This very popular nature education workshop for K-12 educators is being offered for FREE thanks to a generous grant from the Southwest Muley Fanatics Foundation and EXXONMobil. The workshop is open to any educator, formal or nonformal classroom. There is 1 PTSB credit for FREE. If you want UW graduate credit the cost is $50. Please contact Lucy Wold at Game and Fish to preregister at 307-875-3223. The dates are February 23-24, 2019 8 am to 5 pm, at WWCC Rock Springs Campus, room 1309.


Game & Fish to Discuss Migration Corridors and Mule Deer Initiative
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department invites members of the public to join them in discussions about the management of mule deer and their habitat in the Pinedale and Jackson regions. In addition, local Game and Fish biologists will be presenting information on two new proposed migration corridors, one for the Wyoming Range Deer Herd and the other for the Sublette Pronghorn Herd, including a segment that annually migrates between summer range in Grand Teton National Park and winter range south of Pinedale.
The migration corridors of ungulates like mule deer, pronghorn and elk in Wyoming are some of the longest in North America. Over the past several years, Game and Fish and other researchers have continued studying the migration of big game animals. In 2016, the Wyoming Game and Fish Commission adopted a migration corridor strategy that details the process of migration corridor designations.

The two new proposed corridors for Sublette Pronghorn and Wyoming Range Mule Deer would join the current designated big game migration corridors in Wyoming: the Sublette Mule Deer, Platte Valley Mule Deer and Baggs Mule Deer.
The other portion of the meeting will be dedicated to discussing the Wyoming Range and Sublette Mule Deer Initiatives. As in the past, these public meetings will involve presentations focusing on 1) Habitat Management, 2) Population Management, and 3) Research. Local experts on each topic will present what is currently being done and what is planned for the future. In addition, local Game and Fish personnel responsible for management of the Wyoming Range and Sublette mule deer herds will be recapping the 2018 hunting seasons. 
Public meetings will be held February 26, 6:00pm, Etna Community Center


Platte County migration corridor public meeting
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department invites members of the public to join in discussions about the management of mule deer migration corridors in the Platte Valley. Presentation on the process Game and Fish uses to designate migration corridors, as well as how they formulate recommendations to land management agencies. The meeting will be from 6 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 27, at the Platte Valley Community Center, 201 W. Elm Street in Saratoga.


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The deadline for residents and nonresidents to apply for bighorn sheep, bison, moose and mountain goat is February 28. Preference points only go on sale July 1, 2019.
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