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Wyoming Game and Fish will do its annual bear spray giveaway in Cody, Jackson, Lander, and Pinedale – communities where bears coexist with hunters and anglers. In cooperation with Safari Club International Foundation and American Bear Foundation, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department will distribute bear spray to hunters and anglers at no cost. At…

Six grizzlies in the Five Mile Creek drainage – another cattle-killing bear finds a new home in Shoshone National Forest, courtesy of Wyoming Game and Fish. After consultation with the United States Fish and Wildlife Service, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department has captured and relocated another grizzly to the Bighorn Basin this summer. And,…

There’s nearly a grizzly for each mile of the Fivemile Creek drainage, as Wyoming Game and Fish relocates another cattle killer to Shoshone National Forest. After consultation with the United States Fish and Wildlife Service, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department captured and relocated another bear to Park County this summer. The bear in question…

PINEDALE, Wyo. (AP) — A climber missing in the area of Wyoming’s highest mountain has been found dead. Thor Hallingbye, 41, of Cheyenne, was reported missing Sunday after apparently getting separated from his group near Gannett Peak on Saturday, according Sublette County sheriff’s officials. Searchers found Hallingbye’s body in Fremont County on Monday, sheriff’s officials…

The Five Mile Creek Drainage is a popular place, as another Pinedale cattle-killing grizzly is relocated to the area five miles from Yellowstone’s East Gate. Wyoming Game and Fish has relocated yet another grizzly to Park County in Summer 2021.  A sub-adult female was captured near Pinedale and relocated to the Five Mile Creek drainage…

Its been a beary eventful year in Northwest Wyoming. There’s been another grizzly incident this summer, this one on a grazing allotment of U.S. Forest Service land north of Pinedale. A grizzly who had been associated with killed livestock in the area was found and relocated to the Mormon Creek drainage, five miles from the…

The sun is shining, the weather is warm – so is it too early to be thinking about firewood? Not according to the Bureau of Land Management Wyoming, which has begun selling firewood permits from several of its field offices. Permits are available for purchase now, on lands managed by the Cody, Buffalo, Kemmerer, Newcastle,…


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