Tag Archives: Wyoming game and fish

Wyoming Game And Fish Super Tag Raffle Becomes A Lot More Super


With a Wyoming Super Tag license, winners experience one of the few ultimate hunting adventures in the West, but, in addition to the hunt of a lifetime, the 2017 Super Tag raffle has become a lot more super. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is partnering with several companies to offer the “Ultimate Hunting Gear Package.” Continue reading Wyoming Game And Fish Super Tag Raffle Becomes A Lot More Super

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Wyoming Maps For Walk-In Hunting Get A Facelift For Fall


walkin_huntingFinding a place to hunt in Wyoming just got a little easier. Wyoming Game and Fish Department recently launched the Walk-In Hunting area interactive map. The online tool, similar to the Game and Fish Hunt Planner, has information on all Walk-In Areas available for sportspersons use this fall. Continue reading Wyoming Maps For Walk-In Hunting Get A Facelift For Fall

WY Game and Fish Commission sets 2016 Hunting Seasons


More opportunities for deer and antelope this fall.

pronghorn bucksThe Wyoming Game and Fish Commission has approved the 2016 big game hunting seasons. This means the public can now look at the final details related to hunting season dates and quotas for Wyoming’s big game, wild bison, small game, migratory game birds, fall turkeys and upland birds. Continue reading WY Game and Fish Commission sets 2016 Hunting Seasons

Volunteers Wanted for Annual Deer Mortality Surveys


Green River Wildlife Managment Coordinator Mark Zornes (left) and Thayne Widlife Biologist Gary Fralick help volunteers know what to look for when surveying for deer that died over the winter.
Green River Wildlife Managment Coordinator Mark Zornes (left) and Thayne Widlife Biologist Gary Fralick help volunteers know what to look for when surveying for deer that died over the winter.

Wildlife managers with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department invite the public to participate in the 23rd annual deer mortality surveys. The mortality surveys assess how this past winter has affected the Wyoming Range and Uinta mule deer herds of western Wyoming.

According to Mark Zornes and Jeff Short, wildlife biologists and survey coordinators, the annual surveys are conducted on mule deer winter ranges to assess overall mortality for the herds, and to evaluate which age classes have been impacted the most. Continue reading Volunteers Wanted for Annual Deer Mortality Surveys