Trapping Reform in Wyoming

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  • Take Action-Speak Up for Coexistence

    Recommended changes to Chapter 28 Regulation Governing Big or Trophy Game Animal or Game Bird or Gray Wolf Damage Claims and Chapter 34 Auxiliary Management Hunting Seasons warrant careful review and public comment.
  • 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. Yes, beavers. These web-footed, fat-tailed amphibious rodents help countless other critters survive a heat wave. They not only drench certain landscapes in cold water but also help cool the air. They even make forests and grasslands less likely to burn. So beavers are pretty darn great. By simply living their best lives — by damming up streams with their cute little hands and powerful buck teeth — they’re helping out so many critters around them. We should all be more like beavers, really.
  • WyoGives 2022

    WYOGIVES 2022 - We hope this opportunity inspires your support for the movement toward safe passage for all of us, wild or not, on Wyoming public lands.