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The Jackson office of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department welcomes Cheyenne Stewart as the new Wildlife Management Coordinator for the Jackson Region. Stewart had been serving in the same position in the Sheridan Region and is replacing Doug McWhirter who recently retired from the Department. Cheyenne will oversee all Game and Fish Department wildlife…

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department plan to capture and collar 130 animals in the Wyoming Range deer herd Dec. 1-2, 2022. As with past research, animals will be netted from a helicopter by a professional wildlife capture crew, fitted with a GPS collar at the capture site, and released. Most of the Wyoming Range…

For those planning to hunt this fall, Wyoming Game and Fish would like to remind folks that now is a good time to sign up for hunter education classes. “If you’re a new hunter, the summer is a good time to take a hunter education course,” Janet Milek, Game and Fish Casper Region public information…

The Wyoming Department of Game and Fish is planning to hold a public meeting for an open comment period in the Grizzly Room at the Park County Library in Cody. The meeting will take place at 6 p.m. on July 21st to gain input on the following regulations: Chapter 28, Big or trophy game animal…

Families and children under 14 are invited to attend the annual Cody Kids Fishing Day event Saturday, June 4th from 9 a.m. to noon at Beck Lake Recreation Area. Folks can register at 8 a.m. at the entrance of the recreation area near 14th street. “This is a great opportunity for Cody area families to…

If you are an avid elk hunter in Wyoming, we have great news for you! The Wyoming Game and Fish Department on Wednesday approved nearly 2000 additional elk licenses. There are an estimated 110,000 elk which is about one for every six people in the state and that’s not counting the thousands of calves that…

If you’ve ever wanted to see what a moose sees, well now you can. Wyoming Game and Fish treated everyone to a pretty cool video of a moose with a camera on its collar. In this short video, viewers get to see the point of view of a moose as it moves around and grazes…

I am sure that most of you have now seen the viral video of a mountain lion in Utah stalking this man for minutes; at points even lunging towards him in attempt to ensure distance between him and her cub. If you haven’t yet watched it yet, be aware of some choice words as this…


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