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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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Hemorrhagic Disease Killing Wyo., Mont., Deer

A disease is killing dozens of white-tailed deer in Wyoming and Montana.

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Game And Fish Warns Dry Year Could Harm Deer

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Biologists with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department warn that dry conditions in Wyoming this year are leaving wildlife susceptible to high mortality this winter.

The game department reports that plant growth has been low because of lack of moisture

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Wyo. Game And Fish To Survey Deer Hunters

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is conducting a survey of deer hunters around the state.

The state agency plans to contact 2,400 deer hunters in its first such survey since 2005

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Deer Deaths Decline In SW Wyoming Canyon

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — A state survey of deer deaths in the Nugget Canyon area of southwest Wyoming found eight carcasses, a dramatic decrease from the 382 found last year.

The Associated Press reported Thursday that mild temperatures and a lack of snow last winter contributed to the lower death rate

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No Health Violations With Road Kill In Rawlins Restaurant

Health inspector says Chinese restaurant did not violate health codes with road-kill in freezer.

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