Gordon Selects Brian Nesvik New Wyoming Game and Fish Department Director
Written by jordanmckamey on February 18, 2019
On Friday — Governor Mark Gordon announced the appointment of Brian Nesvik as the Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s new director.
Gordon stated — quote –“Brian Nesvik brings tremendous experience in dealing with wildlife management, endangered species and law enforcement throughout the state.” End quote.
Nesvik currently serves as the chief of the Wildlife Division for Wyoming Game and Fish. Nesvik’s 24 years with the department have included stints as game warden throughout the state of Wyoming, regional wildlife supervisor in the Cody region and chief of the wildlife division. In 2010, Nesvik was promoted to serve as the Cody Regional Wildlife Supervisor charged with overseeing a large staff of game wardens, biologists and administrative folks. Nesvik was one of the three names submitted to the governor for consideration by the Wyoming Game and Fish Commission.
Nesvik was honored and excited after learning of his appointment — quote — “I am incredibly honored by this opportunity to lead a team of the best and brightest in managing world-class natural resources for the citizens of our great State. I am grateful for the Governor’s appointment and will discharge my duties commensurate with the tremendous value Wyoming places in our outdoors, our fish and our wildlife.”