Over the next few weeks, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department will hold a series of public meetings to receive input on the future management of big game species in southeast Wyoming.

Game and Fish is reviewing herd unit objectives for several big game herds, Including the following hunt units: Snowy Range Elk (Hunt Areas 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 110, 114, and 125); Snowy Range Moose (Hunt Areas 38 and 41); Sierra Madre Elk (Hunt Areas 13, 15, 21, 108, and 130); Centennial Pronghorn (Hunt Areas 45, 44, and 37); and Cooper Lake Pronghorn (Hunt Area 43).

The meetings will be held at the following locations:

Saratoga – Saratoga Town Hall, 6 p.m., Jan. 28

  • Snowy Range Elk
  • Snowy Range Moose
  • Sierra Madre Elk

Laramie – Laramie Fire Hall #3, 6 p.m., Jan. 29

  • Snowy Range Elk
  • Snowy Range Moose
  • Sierra Madre Elk
  • Centennial Pronghorn
  • Cooper Lake Pronghorn

Cheyenne – Wyoming Game and Fish Headquarters, 6 p.m., Jan. 30

  • Snowy Range Elk
  • Snowy Range Moose
  • Centennial Pronghorn
  • Cooper Lake Pronghorn

Medicine Bow – Medicine Bow Community Center, 6 p.m., Feb. 6

  • Snowy Range Elk
  • Snowy Range Moose
  • Cooper Lake Pronghorn

Game and Fish will be welcoming any comments from the public on management of big game in southeast Wyoming. Contact Laramie Game and Fish biologist Lee Knox at (307) 745-4046 or Saratoga wildlife biologist Will Schultz at (307) 326-3020 with additional questions.

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department supports the Americans with Disabilities Act. Every effort will be made for reasonable accommodations.

Logo courtesy Wyoming Game and Fish Department

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