Hunting | Big Horn Radio Network | Wyoming - Part 3

Hunting

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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…

How dry is Wyoming? A video posted on YouTube is perhaps the starkest example of the current dryness pervading the state. That’s Bowhunting is a channel that showcases bowhunting on public lands throughout several states, including Wyoming. One of their recent posts is entitled “Wyoming Archery Antelope Ends in a Blaze. Regular host JC Navarro…

Make sure you know where you’re hunting. As the Fall 2020 hunting season approaches, Wyoming Game and Fish encourages everyone to review the rules and – most importantly – the boundaries of the Bighorn Basin’s walk-in and hunter management areas. There are 83 hunting walk-in areas and 11 HMAs providing hunters free public hunting access…

For decades, mountain lions have been hunted in part because reducing their numbers will reduce their conflicts with humans and livestock. A new study suggests the exact opposite has happened. The study, which collected information from several decades across several states, analyzed the differences between 10 western states that permit cougar sport hunting and California,…

Wyoming’s population has grown in one community – sage grouse. Wyoming Game and Fish reports that sage grouse reproduction was up slightly in 2019 compared to last year. Officials collected the wings of hens and chicks from hunters. The collected wings give an estimate of sage grouse reproduction and the number of chicks in the…

Don’t shoot that badger! Wyoming Game and Fish sends a friendly reminder to anyone considering the expulsion of these critters from their property. In the State of Wyoming, badgers are considered fur-bearing animals. They fall under the same fur-bearing animal hunting or trapping license required for any of the other fur-bearing wildlife in the state.…


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