Wyo. Game and Fish meetings will address hunting seasons
All of the following meetings will be held at 6 p.m.
• Dec. 2
The Inn at Lander, 260 Grandview Drive., Lander
Mule Deer Working Group presentation, ATV use and any elk season proposal for 2015 in Hunt Area 28
• Dec. 3
Fremont County Library, 1330 W. Park Ave., Riverton
Mule Deer Working Group presentation and deer Hunt Area 36 proposal (limited quota in 2016)
• Dec. 4
Jeffrey Memorial Community Center, 315 W. Pine St., Rawlins
ATV use, antler point restrictions and big game objectives
• Dec. 9
Headwaters Arts and Conference Center, 20 Stalnaker St., Dubois
ATV use, 2014 deer and elk seasons, and bears, wolves and lions
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department will hold a series of meetings to gather information from the public to help develop proposals for 2015 hunting seasons. Additionally, Game and Fish would like to focus on a couple of issues that have been brought up over the past three years.
Game and Fish encourages the public to attend these meetings to share information, observations, and ideas as it develops proposals for the 2015 hunting seasons. These types of meetings have been conducted in the Lander Region for the past three years, and Game and Fish personnel reported a “great” response from the public. This year, representatives from the Bureau of Land Management and United States Forest Service will be helping at the meetings to provide information and listen to concerns regarding the ATV topic.
“We appreciate the feedback we receive and have been able to incorporate several suggestions into the hunting seasons. This year we want to focus some of the discussion on topics we know have been important to a majority of those attending in the past,” said Regional Wildlife Supervisor Jason Hunter.
The State of Wyoming supports the Americans with Disabilities Act. Anyone requiring auxiliary aids for this meeting should contact the Game and Fish Lander Region office at: 1-800-654-7862. Every effort will be made for reasonable accommodations.
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