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Our Latest News & Reports

This is where we break down the latest wildlife news and topics that Wyoming sportsmen and women need to know about. We provide insight, education, and action items that give you the tools necessary to be an effective voice for the issues in conservation that matter to you. From field reports, policy updates, science and educational pieces, to stories of the people and places of Wyoming, our News Feed provides a place for the hunting, angling, and outdoor community to come together around common goals and shared passions.

August 9, 2021

What To Expect at the Darwin Ranch Retreat

July 30, 2021

Ecosystem Engineers: A residential dispute on dry land

July 28, 2021

Sam Cook: A Hunter Behind the Camera

July 28, 2021

Andrew O’Neill: A Hunting and Fishing Documentarian

July 27, 2021

Taskforce Makes First Recommendation: Fully Fund WWNRT

June 21, 2021

Wildlife Task Force Off On The Right Foot

June 4, 2021

Wings of the Sage

June 2, 2021

What’s Special About the Baggs Migration Corridor?

May 28, 2021

Why We Care About the Bridger-Teton National Forest

April 26, 2021

What Happened at the 2021 Legislature?

April 7, 2021

10 High Priority Areas for Wildlife Crossings

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Our Position

Read the latest editorial position from Wyoming Wildlife Federation. We occasionally have the opportunity to publish op-eds and opinion pieces in Wyoming’s newspapers and print media. These are our most detailed thoughts and perspective on the issues facing Wyoming.

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The Pronghorn

We put out a statewide publication called The Pronghorn in order to update our members and supporters on the latest news about our work and Wyoming conservation issues. Read the latest issue here.

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Legislative Report

During each session of the Wyoming State Legislature we release regular reports detailing the legislation being considered and its status as it moves through the statehouse. Read the latest report here.

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