Trapping Reform in Wyoming

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  • Beavers are heat wave heroes

    During an intense heat wave, humans have a number of tools to stay cool, such as air conditioning, swimming pools, and ice cream. Wild animals, meanwhile, have beavers.
  • Tribes, enviros pan Wyo wolf killing policy in ESA petitions

    Wyoming’s unlicensed and unregulated killing of wolves across most of the state, results in “an overall negative growth rate.” Secretary Haaland, who said when she visited Yellowstone in August that wildlife “don’t see borders,” found “substantial, credible information” that relisting the gray wolf may be warranted
  • In Jackson Hole, commissioners peer into wildlife tourism

    Game and Fish embraces new initiative to benefit wildlife with watchers’ dollars. “It really was an opportunity to share with the wildlife decision-makers of the state the experiences that draw millions of visitors here annually,” Colligan said. “The vast majority of those people who come here to visit and enjoy wildlife don’t buy hunting and fishing licenses, and so they’re a constituent who goes unnoticed for the department.”