The Wyoming Game and Fish Department invites hunters to attend a public meeting designed to gather input and to hear hunters’ suggestions on what is working and not working for them in relation to current hunting seasons.

The meeting will be at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 11 at the Casper Game and Fish office, 3030 Energy Lane. The emphasis will be on big game hunting seasons but wildlife managers will take input on other hunting issues as well. There will be a brief presentation on population and classification data, with the main goal of the meeting to obtain feedback from the public.

Justin Binfet, Wildlife Management Coordinator for the Casper Game and Fish office said,

“This will be a working meeting and we want to encourage maximum public participation,We’ll be gathering public input and we’re here to listen and to provide clarification when necessary,”

A facilitator will help keep the meeting discussion on track.  Participants will be placed in sub-groups to discuss issues and potential solutions. Wildlife managers would like to gather as much input as possible prior to the 2013 season setting process and before any recommendations are made.

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department supports the Americans with Disabilities Act. Every effort will be made for reasonable accommodations, contact the Casper Game and Fish office at (307) 473-3400.