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ACCESSYES DONATIONS PROVIDE MORE PLACES TO HUNT AND FISH
Wyoming- For more than 10 years Hunters in Wyoming and anglers The AccessYes program was set up shortly after the walk-in area program began as a method to provide a payment source to compensate landowners for providing access. Game and Fish state access coordinator Matt Buhler said that in 2008, hunters and fisherman gave $131,375 to AccessYes. An additional $45,261 was gifted by conservation organizations and sportsmen. "Most of the donations are made at the time of license purchase," according to Buhler.

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Spring Hunting In Wyoming
So what is there to hunt in the spring and how does one go about participating in these hunts? For starters, there is the ever-growing pursuit of wild turkeys. Hunters who are a bit more hard core may wish to try their hand at one of Wyoming's more elusive species, the black bear. Wyoming does have spring hunts for black bear and has a very effective system for managing this species.

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New WY Bear Management Site Goes Live
CODY--The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has unveiled a new grizzly bear management Web page on the department's Web site. The new page provides up-to-date information on grizzly bear conflict, research and education efforts, including weekly updates on bear management activities in Wyoming.

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SPRING WYOMING TURKEY HUNTING OUTLOOK FOR THE BLACK HILLS
SUNDANCE-- A steady rise in the wild turkey population in the Black Hills over the past number of years has wildlife managers forecasting a good spring turkey hunt this coming season.

Black Hills area wildlife biologist Joe Sandrini said that beginning with average productivity in 2002, the Black Hills wild turkey population has had a substantial increase. Although there have been a few years where production has fallen, the turkey population has increased steadily to what was believed a 20 year high in 2007.

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CHEYENNE-- If the winter of 2008-09 so far is any indication, wildlife should be entering the spring in good shape and biologists are looking forward to a good production year from Wyoming's major big game species.

However, game managers caution that more spring rains or snows are needed if the range is to be able to sustain the habitat improvements that were made with the moist conditions of the previous year. In general, it is an open winter in most parts of the state and the animals are getting through the cold months in very good condition.

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CODY-- The Wyoming Game and Fish Department and the Shoshone National Forest are urging hunters and other backcountry users to carry bear spray for th...

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Hunters: Know Your Bears and Lions
JACKSON-- This time of year the Wyoming Game and Fish Department always reminds hunters to know their target before they pull the trigger, but especially when it comes to bears and lions.

Both black bears and mountain lions are hunted species in Wyoming, and the Game and Fish Department encourages hunters to visit their website to take a quick voluntary online test before heading afield to pursue these species.

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When you've got the smallest human population of any state in the Union on the ninth largest land area, the hunting forecast is always a pretty dang good one. But a variety of other factors: namely drawing a good license and favorable weather, enter in to make the trip complete.

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The best hunt is a SAFE hunt! Both novice and experienced sportsmen should continuously review basic safety practices. The fall turkey season requires different tactics and safety precautions from the spring gobbler season. Dressing right is the key to both safe and successful turkey hunting. While sitting still is most important, full camouflage helps hunters blend into the surroundings and elude the turkey's keen eyesight.

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CHEYENNE - A new Wyoming program helping beginning hunters to try hunting with a mentor before taking hunter safety is now available.

If you were born on or after January 1, 1966, you must complete a hunter safety course before hunting in Wyoming. Wyoming's new Hunter Mentor program, however, allows any person who has not yet received hunter education certification to apply for special authorization to hunt while being accompanied by a mentor. This allows a hunter to experience hunting before committing to the coursework required to complete hunter safety.

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CASPER-- A project underway on the Thunder Basin National Grassland will remove cheatgrass and prickly-pear cactus to allow growth of native vegetation in an effort to improve wildlife habitat. The grassland provides habitat for pronghorn, sage-grouse, mule deer, elk, and a variety of non-game birds, mammals, reptiles and amphibians.

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CASPER-- A day outside is a great way to learn new skills, have fun and connect with family, friends or just yourself. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department hopes you'll start your outdoor adventures at the Wyoming Hunting & Fishing Heritage Expo, Sept. 11-13 in Casper.

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CHEYENNE-- The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has opened a public comment period on a number of proposed changes to regulations and seasons including Gray Wolf Hunting,hunters saftey, mountain lion hunting and more

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CASPER-- The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is asking hunters for help collecting data for a research project that will help biologists learn more about wild turkey movements and mortality in the Black Hills. The four-year study is being done in partnership with several funding agencies, and carried out by graduate students from South Dakota State University in cooperation with the Game and Fish Department.

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Spring 2008 turkey seasons in Areas 3, 5 and 7 (Sheridan, Johnson and Campbell counties) opened April 1. Most turkeys in these areas are found on private land so hunters are reminded to obtain access permission from landowners prior to hunting. Area 1, includes the Black Hills area (Crook and northern Weston counties) has more public land available to hunters and opens on April 12.wy

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You can apply for a big game or turkey license in the traditional manner (through the mail) or through the Internet. And you can take hunter education in the traditional manner (classroom with an instructor) or through the Internet now.

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Prescribed Burns in Spring Improve Wild Turkey Habitat

Each spring, the National Wild Turkey Federation’s wildlife biologists hear the fears of concerned hunters who don't understand that prescribed burns in March and April -- months generally known as wild turkey nesting months -- are far more beneficial than harmful to wild turkey populations. However, the NWTF's wildlife biologists have research showing the years of improved nesting and brood habitat created by a growing season prescribed fire is far more important to the turkey population than the loss of a few nests.

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BLACK HILLS HAS POTENTIAL FOR SIGNIFICANT SPRING SEASON AND FOR SIGNIFICANT WINTER KILL YET

Wyoming's premier turkey range the Black Hills has the potential to offer excellent hunting this spring but also the potential to endure substantial winterkill if winter doesn't loosen its grip on the northeast corner of the Equality State.

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