As part of ongoing efforts to monitor black bear populations in Wyoming, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department is conducting trapping operations in the northern Bighorn Mountains, potentially continuing through late August.
If you’re hoping to go from your front door to the outdoors quickly, you’ll now have another option with Hidden Hoot Trail — the latest addition to a growing suite of non-motorized recreation trails built and maintained by Sheridan Community Land Trust.
Last summer, an American bullfrog was confirmed at Kleenburn Ponds north of Sheridan. Though that individual was reported to Game and Fish biologists who quickly [...]
When it comes to camping, there’s adventure awaiting everyone.
Vetenata and Medusahead are two invasive grasses that have Wyoming producers fighting for grazing land.
GILLETTE — Campbell County Circuit Court Judge Wendy Bartlett sentenced Gillette resident Eric Sorensen April 15 with directives to pay $615 in fines and $4,000 [...]
Aquatic invasive species watercraft check stations opened in the Sheridan Region on April 13. During the next few months, Game and Fish personnel will inspect [...]
While plenty of snow still exists on the Bighorn Mountains, it’s a critical time for the Tongue River Ranger District.
This year marks the 70th anniversary of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department Kerns Wildlife Habitat Management Area and the 75th anniversary of the Amsden [...]
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