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(Photo: fidelis_o, flickr.com)
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Bears Active Again in Grand Teton National Park

The National Park Service says bears in Grand Teton National Park are active again and looking for food.

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Michael Smith, Getty Images
Michael Smith, Getty Images
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Game and Fish Works to Educate Youth on Poaching

Wyoming Game and Fish recently distributed posters in Laramie with graphic images from two poaching incidents accompanied by information about the penalties in each case. Both incidents on the poster involved WyoTech students.

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powhusku, flickr.com
powhusku, flickr.com
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Vehicle Hits, Kills Moose on Hwy. 390 Near Jackson

Motorists are being asked to show a little more care after a vehicle struck and killed a moose on state Highway 390 near Jackson.

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(Charles & Clint, flickr.com)
(Charles & Clint, flickr.com)
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Litter Leads to Poaching Charges

Wyoming Game and Fish Department investigators have charged two men with poaching deer after linking trash found at the scene of the crime to them.

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A female pileated woodpecker. (© Dick Daniels / carolinabirds.org)
A female pileated woodpecker. (© Dick Daniels / carolinabirds.org)
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The Backyard Ombudsman: Install A Natural Snag!

by Ken Rudman

Ok birders! Some of the most high profile questions we birders get is “what can I do to attract birds to my neck of the woods?” Now is the time of year, if you haven’t already, to start thinking about what plans you have in mind for your outdoor garden projects, especially if you want to attract wild birds and other wild life. There are vario

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(Courtesy of Wyoming Game and fish)
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Deer Herd Initiative Availible Online [AUDIO]

The Department of Environmental Quality will host the first meeting of the Upper Green River Basin Advisory Task Force Tuesday evening. D-E-Q spokesman Keith Guille says a complex variety of factors, including emissions from the oil and gas industry, are believed to be the cause of the ozone issues. The draft Platte Valley Deer Herd Initiative Management plan is available on the Wyoming Game and Fish Department website. Amy Richards has a report. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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An elk. (© J. Green/TSM)
An elk. (© J. Green/TSM)
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Wildlife Board Approves Project Funds [AUDIO]

The Wyoming Wildlife and Natural Resource Trust Board has approved almost $1.8 million to fund wildlife related projects across Wyoming. Amy Richards has a report. Ahren Broad has a report on a series of forest-related projects scheduled for the Laramie Ranger District of the Medicine Bow National Forest. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News

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