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Ph.D. student Alexis Dadelahi and undergraduate student Matthew Rorke conduct brucellosis research at the University of Wyoming. UW Photo
Ph.D. student Alexis Dadelahi and undergraduate student Matthew Rorke conduct brucellosis research at the University of Wyoming. UW Photo
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University Of Wyoming Researchers Hope To Produce Better Brucellosis Vaccine

College of Agriculture and Natural Resources scientists at the University of Wyoming are hopeful their brucellosis studies may produce a better vaccine for livestock and are studying whether a change in vaccination procedures could offer better control.

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Game Wardens Say More Hunting Waste This Year

They say they are seeing more of it this year.

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Very Good Year for the Greater Sage Grouse

Best breeding season for the grouse since 2005.

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Wyoming Game And Fish Announces Text-A-Tip Poaching Program

 

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has launched a new method for the public to report poaching incidents. Game and Fish has added a text message reporting system, as well as an Android app, to the Stop Poaching Program.

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Scott Copeland Images, Photo Provided By UW
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Mapping Project Shows Big Game Migrations In Wilderness Areas [VIDEO]

A first-of-its-kind mapping project shows how wildlife in Wyoming and Colorado use wilderness areas

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Second Call for Nominations for Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board

The agency announced a second call for public nominations over a 30-day period to fill three positions on its national Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board.

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Wasting Disease Crops Up

Chronic wasting disease found in two hunting areas.

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Woman Killed by Wild Dogs

Apparently attacked by dogs and later died of exposure.

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Natrona County Coyote Bounty Program Sets Collection Dates

The Natrona County Predator Management Board has increased the bounty on Coyotes taken by county residents to $25.00.

In an effort to help control the coyote population in Natrona County, the Predator Board with funding from Natrona County Livestock Producers has instituted the bounty to be paid to Natrona County residents for coyotes taken in Natrona County

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Who Should Pay for Wildlife Management?

Game and Fish will need more money sooner or later. Should hunters and fishermen pay the whole tab?

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