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Diamond Wings Upland Game Birds has five more years to see if they can become the first organization in the nation to breed captive greater sage grouse. One of the many bills passed by the 66th Wyoming Legislature is Senate File 61. Senate File 61 removes the expiration date for “certifications for greater sage grouse…

More wildlife advocates are voicing their disapproval of Senate File 61, which would extend the effort to collect sage grouse eggs and raise birds in captivity. The 66th Wyoming Legislature continues with its 2022 Budget Session. This is the time when the Wyoming Senate and House discuss several non-budget bills and decide which will advance…

46% of Wyoming’s land is owned by the federal government, and four Wyoming legislators want it all to be reallocated to the state – at any cost. House Bill 141 is currently filed with the Wyoming House of Representatives. It’s been sponsored by four Republicans: Robert Wharff of Evanston, Mark Baker of Green River, John…

With all the talks of budget cuts and funding allocations, how did the 2020 Legislative budget pan out for wildlife conservation? The Wyoming Wildlife Federation collected the highlights of the session, and what impact it will have on the future of conservation in the state. The most significant accomplishment might be the increased financial support…

The Wyoming Wildlife Federation has clear message: yes to the Governor, no to the House. The Federation is strongly opposed to House Bill 29, which proposes an alternative to Governor Gordon’s migration corridor executive order. Their bill has similar goals but, according to a strongly worded email from the Federation “The steps outlined in the…


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