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Elk Poachers Sought After Leaving Animal To Suffer And Waste

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is seeking information on an elk poaching in Albany County off Rogers Canyon Road.

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From Game and Fish Black Bear Identification Video
From Game and Fish Black Bear Identification Video
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Game And Fish Video Helps Hunters Identify Black Bear Gender [VIDEO]

With fall black bear hunting season underway, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department is encouraging black bear hunters to watch an online video that will help in distinguishing between male and female black bears.

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Vladimir Konjushenko
Vladimir Konjushenko
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Hunting Film Tour To Play At Laramie’s Gryphon Theatre

The popular Hunting Film Tour is coming to Laramie on Wednesday, September 17.

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Don Stevenson
Don Stevenson
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Hunting Season Forecast For The Laramie Region

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has released their hunting season forecast for regions across the state. The forecast gives hunters and idea of what to expect during the upcoming hunting season.

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David McNew/Getty Images
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Hunting Licenses Drawn For 2014

Drawings are complete in 2014 for resident elk hunting licenses along with resident and nonresident deer and antelope licenses.

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Error In Elk Licenses

The Game and Fish says some hunters in Wyoming may have been listed incorrectly for elk area drawings due to a mistake entering quotas.

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Tracie Perkins/Townsquare Media
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Wyoming Game And Fish Launches New Program

A new program through the Game and Fish Department aims to create lifelong hunters and anglers in the Laramie area. The Forever Wild Families program begins with orientation Wednesday, May 21 and continues throughout the summer.

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Game and Fish Offering ‘Sportsmen’s Breakfasts’ in Laramie

Officials with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department are inviting hunters to join them for free breakfast in Laramie and Wheatland to share thoughts, ideas and questions about this year's hunting seasons.

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Adam Porter, Townsquare Media
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Human Remains Found in Snowy Range Mountains ID’d

Carbon County authorities say human remains found by a hunter in the Snowy Range Mountains have been identified through dental records.

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Motorized Users Reminded To Stay On Open Roads And Trails

With rifle deer and elk seasons opening on October 1, hunters are advised that temporary closures are in effect on Medicine Bow National Forest Roads 553 (north of the community of Lake Creek to Muddy Park) and 588 (east of the community of Lake Creek).

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