How to Take Action
Trapping reform is a key part of Wyoming Untrapped’s mission. However, improving the current state of wildlife management in Wyoming is a challenge, and WU is taking an incremental approach to the process. As an advocate for trapping reform, help us move our mission forward, but remember that there are many other ways that you can help!
Feb 05 2017The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is considering granting Endangered Species Act protections for the Northern Rocky Mountain population of fisher.
Jan 04 2017Take Action to stop two coyote killing contests on federal land in Wyoming.
Dec 16 2016Wildlife can be managed without the egregious practices that are not based on a science foundation as outlined in the EA.
Oct 01 2016A bold legislative bill has been introduced to bring much needed and long-awaited change to the inhumane and poorly regulated practice of trapping.
May 04 2016Comments to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service are due May 10!
Jan 24 2016A bill has been introduced to the Wyoming State Legislature to legalize the trapping and snaring of mountain lions.
May 10 2015
Wyoming furbearer trapping licenses have increased significantly from last year, 2,560 to 3,928,,,,and each year since 2007. THIS INDICATES THAT MORE TRAPS ARE ON TRAILS AND THROUGHOUT OUR PUBLIC LANDS. Which means there is immediate need for separation of hiking…
Unfortunately, Wyoming Untrapped found out this week that the Wyoming Game and Fish Department has changed course on its draft regulation for trapping trail setbacks in Teton County. Even though their statement of intent included mention of setbacks on trails…