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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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Getty Images
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Wildlife Study Uses Reflectors Along Wyoming Highways

WORLAND, Wyo. (AP) — The Wyoming Department of Transportation is using reflector poles in several areas in the state to see if they help prevent wildlife/vehicle collisions.

WYDOT spokesman Cody Beers tells the Associated Press the goal is to determine if the reflectors are instrumental in keeping deer off the highway and to figure out if there's a pattern to the animal crossings

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Laramie Man Struck and Killed on Wyoming Highway

The Wyoming Highway Patrol says a man was struck and killed by a car while apparently tending to an injured rabbit on a two-lane highway west of Laramie

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(Photo:  fidelis_o, flickr.com)
(Photo: fidelis_o, flickr.com)
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Bears Active Again in Grand Teton National Park

The National Park Service says bears in Grand Teton National Park are active again and looking for food.

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Michael Smith, Getty Images
Michael Smith, Getty Images
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Game and Fish Works to Educate Youth on Poaching

Wyoming Game and Fish recently distributed posters in Laramie with graphic images from two poaching incidents accompanied by information about the penalties in each case. Both incidents on the poster involved WyoTech students.

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powhusku, flickr.com
powhusku, flickr.com
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Vehicle Hits, Kills Moose on Hwy. 390 Near Jackson

Motorists are being asked to show a little more care after a vehicle struck and killed a moose on state Highway 390 near Jackson.

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(Charles & Clint, flickr.com)
(Charles & Clint, flickr.com)
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Litter Leads to Poaching Charges

Wyoming Game and Fish Department investigators have charged two men with poaching deer after linking trash found at the scene of the crime to them.

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Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead
Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead
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Group Honors Gov. Mead On Safer Roads For Wildlife

JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — The National Parks Conservation Association has recognized Gov. Matt Mead and the state for helping to address wildlife-vehicle collisions on Wyoming's roads and along wildlife corridors

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Game Dept. Urges Ranchers To Water Wildlife

LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) — The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is urging ranchers and other landowners to consider leaving water in their tanks to help wildlife in the current drought even after they move their livestock off the land

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Grand Teton Road Reroute To Benefit Wildlife

JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — Grand Teton National Park is proposing to realign portions of the Moose-Wilson Road in the park to reduce stress on an important wildlife corridor, improve traveler safety and afford motorists better views of the Tetons

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