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May 5

Staying safe in Bear, Lion and Wolf Country workshop,Story, Story Women’s Club, 7 p.m.

May 9

AIS inspection and decontamination training, Evanston, Bear Community Center, 9 a.m.

May 11

Baggs area pronghorn and mule deer herd objectives, Rawlins, Jeffrey Center, 315 W Pine Street, 6:30 p.m.

Deadline to apply for resident limited quota elk, deer, antelope and nonresident deer and antelope is June 1

CHEYENNE - Wyoming resident and nonresident big game hunters are reminded the deadline to submit applications for limited quota deer, and antelope licenses is June 1. The resident deadline for limited quota elk is also June 1. The nonresident application period for elk was the month of January.
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Volunteers needed for 22nd annual western Wyoming deer mortality surveys

GREEN RIVER - Wildlife managers with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department invite the public to participate in the 22nd annual deer mortality surveys. The mortality surveys assess how this past winter has affected the Wyoming Range and Uinta mule deer herds of western Wyoming.
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Game and Fish urges public to follow fishing regulations

CHEYENNE - As the warmer weather approaches more and more people from both inside and outside Wyoming are taking advantage of the excellent fishing that is available in the Cowboy State. With that increased activity, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department reminds everyone to follow regulations. The following are the most common fishing regulations that people should be aware of:
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Less than two remain to view art for annual Conservation Stamp Art Competition

CHEYENNE - May 15 is the last day that artwork from the 32nd annual Conservation Stamp Art competition can be seen by the public. After that date the show will be taken down and paintings returned to the artists.
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Game and Fish habitat areas provide recreation opportunities opening for summer

CHEYENNE - With the coming of the summer months, most of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s Wildlife Habitat Management Areas (WHMAs) that were closed to minimize disturbance to wintering deer, elk and other wildlife are opening up for public use. Game and Fish habitat areas typically provide a variety of outdoor opportunities including fishing, hunting, camping, hiking and wildlife viewing.
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