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Forest Service Plans to Burn Slash Piles

Recent snowfall is allowing U.S. Forest Service crews to burn slash piles on the Medicine Bow and Routt National Forests in Wyoming and Colorado.

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Karen Snyder, K2 Radio
Karen Snyder, K2 Radio
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Game and Fish Stocks Grayling in Casper

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has stocked some Arctic grayling in two ponds in Casper.

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U.S. Fish and Wildlife
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Half of Wyo. 2013 Wolf Quota Reached

Hunters have killed half the allowable number of wolves in a trophy hunting area bordering Yellowstone National Park.

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(Photo: OnyxDog86, flickr.com)
(Photo: OnyxDog86, flickr.com)
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2nd Wyoming Wolf Hunt Area Closed

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department says the quota in another wolf area has been met and will be closed for the remainder of the season.

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(Photo: OnyxDog86, flickr.com)
(Photo: OnyxDog86, flickr.com)
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Wyoming Kicks Off Downsized Wolf-Hunting Season

Wyoming's second wolf hunting season started this week and the state has lowered the quota of wolves available for hunters to kill.

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David McNew/Getty Images
David McNew/Getty Images
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Game and Fish Has Online Walk-in Atlas

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The Wyoming Game and Fish Department says the walk-in hunting atlas is no long available in print but can been accessed on its web site.

The walk-in atlas contains information on hundreds of walk-in areas where hunters can access private lands for a variety of species

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Getty Images
Getty Images
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Game and Fish Relocates Grizzly Bear Near Cody

CODY, Wyo. (AP) — Workers with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department trapped and relocated a young grizzly bear over weekend in northeastern part of the state.

The game department says the yearling bear was captured because it was damaging apple trees along the south fork of the Shoshone River

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rachaelvoorhees, flickr
rachaelvoorhees, flickr
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Bighorn National Forests Officials: Bears Active

U.S. Forest Service officials are warning visitors to the Bighorn National Forest that black bears are active on the forest this time of year and visitors should take precautions.

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Justin Sullivan/Getty Images
Justin Sullivan/Getty Images
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State Vet: Horses Still Need West Nile Vaccine

Despite the onset of fall, cases of West Nile Virus in horses continue to be reported throughout the state of Wyoming.

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U.S. Fish & Wildlife photo
U.S. Fish & Wildlife photo
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Wyoming Game Department Seeks Info About Poached Deer

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is seeking information about poachers who killed a buck mule deer and left the body to rot east of Laramie over the weekend.

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