Wyoming Game and Fish Department

Wyoming Game and Fish wants to hear your opinion on 2020 hunting season proposals. Game and Fish will be conducting 6 open-house style meetings throughout the Bighorn Basin. The purpose of this is to hear community input on a series of proposed changes for the local hunting ranges adjacent to each town during the 2020…

It might be February, but seasonal jobs are already cropping up for the summer. Wyoming Game and Fish has posted a number of seasonal positions within the department across the state. The positions are mostly centered around animals, surprisingly. But some might attract more attention than others. Yoder and Sheridan are in need of Bird…

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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