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Sportsmen Front the Bill for Wildlife in Wyoming, But How?

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By | Auna Kaufmann Whether you say “hunting is conservation” or are frustrated by the price of a mule deer license, it is good to know where your money is going and how it impacts the management of wildlife in Wyoming. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is funded largely by license revenue. Hunting, fishing, and trapping licenses, tag application…

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How is a Wyoming Migration Corridor Designated?

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In February 2020, Governor Mark Gordon signed Executive Order 2020-01, Wyoming Mule Deer and Antelope Migration Corridor Protection, the first public policy protecting ungulate migration corridors in the United States. Wyoming Wildlife Federation followed the development of the Executive Order (EO) closely and felt that it properly balanced wildlife protections with stakeholder input, while allowing for more flexibility than a…

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Learn About Santa’s Draft Animals of Choice: Reindeer

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Wyoming is expecting a visit from some very festive non-native ungulates in the near future. They will be escorted by a little old man dressed in red who drives a sleigh. Reindeer, also known as caribou in North America, or Rangifer tarandus if you are a science fan, make their way into our collective consciousness every year around this time….

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