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Park Service Weighs Wolf Hunt In Rockefeller Pkwy

A National Park Service official says he would consider allowing wolf hunting in the John D. Rockefeller, Jr., Memorial Parkway but doesn't think it's ideal.

The prospect of wolf hunting comes up now that state and federal officials have agreed to remove wolves from endangered species protection in Wyoming

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Bill Would Allow Baiting Of Deer, Other Big Game

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is pushing to change state law to allow baiting of big game animals, a tactic it says could allow hunters to lure nuisance whitetail deer away from towns to spots where it would be safe to shoot them

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1 Of 5 Scientists Takes Issue With Wyoming Wolf Plan

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — One of the five scientists retained by a federal government contractor to review Wyoming's proposed wolf management states in a recently released report that he sees shortcomings with it

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Feds Want Wyoming Grizzly Mauling Suit Dismissed

The federal government is asking a judge to throw out a lawsuit over a fatal grizzly bear mauling near Yellowstone National Park.

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Bates Hole Bird Count This Sunday

Each year thousands of Wyoming citizens led by local birders participate in one or more of the twenty-two plus Christmas Bird Counts held in Wyoming. This Sunday, January 1st, birders will gather at the Bates Hole Creek area home of Senator Charles Scott

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Moose Killed By Cars Prompt Renewed Warnings

Wyoming authorities are stepping up warnings about moose-vehicle collisions along Highway 390 in Teton County after some game wardens had to shoot and kill a suffering mother in front of her calf.

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department says wardens had to shoot the cow moose Dec

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Wyoming Hunters Save Stranded Elk [VIDEO]

I always cringe when I see or hear a story of hunters acting irresponsibly. Breaking laws and mistreating wildlife is not the way that the majority of us act when in the field. Unfortunately most of the news you see only highlights those actions

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Wyoming Bird, Eagle Counts Need Volunteers

The annual Christmas Bird Count gets underway Wednesday in Wyoming - with folks headed out to about 20 locations statewide to chart species. Brian Rutledge with Audubon Wyoming, says the data collected over the years has shown how climate change and land-use affect bird populations - and there are disruptions to note in Wyoming

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New Year Brings New Fishing Regulations

New Wyoming fishing regulations take effect beginning in January.

Wyoming anglers generally will be allowed to keep six trout of any size in lakes and rivers around the state but will only be allowed to keep three trout from a river or stream, with only one of the three trout being over 16 inches

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Wolf-Watching, New Tourist Niche for Wyoming

People in the Rockies and from around the country are willing to pay just for the chance to see a wolf in its natural habitat. That’s what a guide has discovered, and the tours he and his wife offer in Yellowstone National Park are always booked

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