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More Than One Million Have Visited Yellowstone

The number of people visiting Yellowstone National Park so far this year has topped 1 million.

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Cate Gillon, Getty Images
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Apply Now For Fall Turkey, Sand Hill Crane Hunting Tags

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is accepting applications for early season sandhill crane permits and limited quota fall turkey licenses through this month.

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Famous Ram Memorialized At Sinks Canyon Park

The Wyoming Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources plans to hold an event later this month to commemorate the last bighorn ram that lived in Sink's Canyon.

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banspy, pixlr.com
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Saratoga Site For Game and Fish Commission Meeting

The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission is meeting in Saratoga this week.

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More seeking Wyoming big game licenses online

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department says the number of applications submitted by Wyoming hunters for big game licenses is up, and more are being submitted electronically.

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Study: Yellowstone Wolves Don’t Harm Elk Pregnancy

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A new study says wolves don't startle female elk that winter east of Yellowstone National Park sufficiently to make them lose weight or harm their birthing rates.

Previous researchers theorized that Yellowstone-area wolves frighten female elk into running frequently enough to reduce their ability to stay healthy and reproduce

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Lovesick Moose Falls For Statue

In Grand Lake, Colorado, a new statue went up about a week ago. And for the past couple of days the statue has gained the attention and advances of a young bull moose that inhabits the area.

The moose and statue have become a local tourist attraction as the young bull is often seen nuzzling, kissing and mounting the statue

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Brucellosis Found In Big Horn Mountain Elk

POWELL, Wyo. (AP) — Two elk have tested positive for brucellosis in the Bighorn Mountains.

However, no cattle in the same area have been found with the disease.

State Veterinarian Jim Logan is recommending a risk assessment of livestock and advised area livestock producers to conduct voluntary surveillance for brucellosis

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Game & Fish Trapping Wolves, Grizzly Bears

PINEDALE, Wyo. (AP) — The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has begun trapping wolves and grizzly bears in western Wyoming.

The idea behind the trapping is to help monitor the wolves and bears.

The agency is trapping wolves this summer in the northern Wind River Mountains and Gros Ventre (groh-VAWNT') Mountains north of Pinedale and east of Bondurant

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May 31 Is Online Hunting Application Deadline

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The deadline for Wyoming residents to apply online for limited-quota elk, deer, and antelope licenses is May 31. The deadline for hunters to submit paper applications is May 15

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