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To track the movement of mule deer on the ground, Wyoming Game and Fish will spend January catching, collaring, and releasing deer by taking to the skies. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is planning to capture and collar mule deer in the Absaroka and Bighorn Mountains as part of the new statewide Mule Deer…

Highly pathogenic avian influenza is spreading through Wyoming’s birds, so Wyoming Game and Fish wants to ensure the virus doesn’t pass to any hunters this winter. Waterfowl hunting season is in full swing. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department would like to remind hunters to take precautions to minimize their risk of contracting highly pathogenic…

Hopeful hunters can apply for six big game animals, and wild turkey – and the Wyoming Super Tag raffle – until the end of January. The ringing in of the new year signals the opening of hunting applications for many hunters. At 8 a.m. on Jan. 3, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department will open…

Trout Creek Ranch More details are emerging about an unsafe hunting incident that took place near Wapiti on the 3600 block of the North Fork Highway in the early morning hours of November 30th, 2022. The Park County Sheriff’s Office and Wyoming Game and Fish responded to the scene after receiving reports of bullets crossing the…

The Park County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a “dark-colored vehicle”- its owner was trespassing and may have fired a shot into the engine block of a pickup truck on land near Meeteetse. On December 12, 2022, at approximately 11:44 a.m., the Park County Sheriff’s Office Communications Division received a report of property damage to…

The over 100 felony and misdemeanor charges resulted from a seven-year, multi-agency investigation spanning four states and four Wyoming counties. Three men were charged with more than 100 wildlife violations in one of the largest poaching cases in Wyoming history. The charges were prosecuted across four Wyoming counties, concluding in Park County in September 2022.…

Collaring is the first step in an ambitious five-year study to monitor mule deer herds across Wyoming for better information – and better futures for critical wildlife. Wyoming Game and Fish recently collared Mule deer in the Laramie Mountains herd unit to kick off the groundbreaking Mule Deer Monitoring Project. The project seeks to collect…

Wyoming Game and Fish Department held an open house this morning to commemorate the completion of their new Cody Regional Office. The event was well attended as folks came out to hear brief remarks about the project from Regional Wildlife Supervisor Dan Smith, Director of Wyoming Game and Fish Brian Nesvik, Commissioner Ashlee Lundvall, and…

Wyoming Game and Fish wants to inspire the hunting spirit in the Bighorn Basin’s next generation with a special pheasant hunt in a wildlife habitat management area near Lovell. The youth-only pheasant hunt will be conducted Nov. 18-20 at Yellowtail Wildlife Habitat Management Area near Lovell. During this three-day timeframe, pheasant hunting is restricted to…

Dangerous diseases continue to spread throughout the Bighorn Basin, as brucellosis is found in a Bighorn Mountains elk – the first time the disease has been detected in the region in six years. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has detected brucellosis in Elk Hunt Area 45 in the Bighorn Mountains. The disease was detected…


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