Game and Fish cuts could mean fee increases – Casper Star-Tribune Online

Two bull elk lock antlers during a playful display Nov. 28 at the Tom Thorne/Beth Williams Wildlife Research Center in Sybille Canyon southwest of Wheatland. Wyoming Game and Fish Department biologists research wildlife disease, endangered species and more at the facility, where animals can be seen from pullouts along Wyoming Highway 34. The department is facing another $4.9 million in budget cuts from the state, but could receive slight increases in license fees.


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