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BigHorn Canyon National Recreation Area (Courtesy of NPS)
BigHorn Canyon National Recreation Area (Courtesy of NPS)
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Game and Fish Says AIS Effort A Success

A spokesman for the Wyoming Game and Fish Department says the third season of the state's effort to fight Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) was an overall success. Spokesman Al Langston says over 38, 000 watercraft inspections were conducted at 36 different waters across the state. Layoffs have been announced at the Wyodak mine in northeast Wyoming. Joy Greenwald has a report. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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(Courtesy of National Park Service)
(Courtesy of National Park Service)
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Hunter Comment on Seasons Scheduled [audio]

A series of meetings to give hunters in the Laramie region the opportunity to comment on big game and upland bird seasons kicks off on Monday with a meeting in Cheyenne. A division of the Wyoming Department of Health has officially changed it's name, according to spokeswoman Kim Deti. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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(Courtesy of U.S.F.W.S)
(Courtesy of Wyoming Game and fish)
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Public Key to Fighting Poaching [AUDIO]

Wyoming Game and Fish Department spokesman Al Langston says the public, including hunters and other back-country users, are invaluable in the fight against poaching. As summer farmer's markets in Wyoming wrap up, a number of communities are offering them over the winter months. Amy Richards has details. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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(Courtesy of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service)
(Courtesy of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service)
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Game and Fish: Consider Leaving Water In Tanks To Help Wildlife [AUDIO]

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is urging ranchers and other landowners to consider leaving water in their tanks to help wildlife in the current drought even after they move their livestock off the land. Doug Randall reports. As drought conditions persist throughout the state, Governor Matt Mead has been notified that 22 Wyoming counties have received primary disaster designations from U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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(Courtesy of mongo/Wikipedia)
(Courtesy of mongo/Wikipedia)
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Game&Fish to Outline Financial Status [AUDIO]

Wyoming oil and gas industry officials say they are not surprised by the results of new research on fracking dust. Amy Richards has a report. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department will hold a public meeting on Thursday in Cheyenne to discuss their current financial status and the agency's funding needs in future years. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Tim Boyle/Getty Images
Tim Boyle/Getty Images
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Drought Reducing Corn, Soybean Crops [AUDIO]

The nation's corn and soybean crops are experiencing declining yields due to drought conditions in parts of the country. The U.S.D.A  had projected a record  harvest, but officials say as much as 60 percent of the corn crop is facing moderate to extreme drought. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has rejected a proposal to allow unlimited mountain lion hunting in parts of the Black Hills. Amy Richards has a report. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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(Courtesy U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service)
(Courtesy U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service)
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Poaching Incident Under Investigation [AUDIO]

The National Science Foundation has chosen seven University of Wyoming Research projects that will use the National Center For Atmospheric Research (NCAR) supercomputing center in Cheyenne this fall. U-W Mathematics Professor Bryan Shader says the computational researchers are working on projects that are of great importance to Wyoming. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is seeking information about a poaching incident near Sierra Trading Post in Cheyenne last month in which a pronghorn antelope was illegally killed. Amy Richards has a report. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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mule deer and a rig (Courtesy of BLM)
mule deer and a rig (Courtesy of BLM)
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Money Set Aside For Habitat Improvement for Platte Valley Mule Deer Herd

Improving habitat for mule deer was the topic of a recent meeting in Saratoga in which the public was informed of a plan by the Wyoming Game and Fish Department to address declining numbers of mule deer in the Platte Valley.

At the meeting, Wyoming Game and Fish Departme

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(Courtesy of the U.S.D.A.)
(Courtesy of the U.S.D.A.)
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Bus Tour Highlights Ag Innovations [AUDIO]

An upcoming bus tour of Laramie and Centennial will showcase how Wyoming agriculture producers are using innovative ideas to add value to their operations. Amy Richards reports. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department now has a feature on it's web site allowing Wyoming Hunter Education students to print duplicate Hunter Education Cards online. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Quagga mussels(National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/Wikipedia)
Quagga mussels(National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/Wikipedia)
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Memorial Day Weekend Means AIS Inspections

The Memorial Day Weekend is the first busy boating weekend of the year and Wyoming Game and fish Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) inspectors will have inspection crews at Wyoming’s most popular waters. This is the third year for Wyoming’s AIS inspection program.

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