antelope

It’s that time of year again for hunters to don their camouflage, load up their firearms and bows and head into the quiet serenity of the wilderness to see if they’re lucky enough to bring home wild game. Local Wyoming Game and Fish Department wildlife biologist Joe Sandrini projected what the 2022...
JACKSON — Concerned about habitat and declining populations in the face of severe drought and disease, Wyoming wildlife managers are axing 8,000 tags for hunting pronghorn and 3,300 tags for hunting mule deer statewide. Pronghorn and mule deer herds in the Jackson area are doing relatively well...
Short-term Wyoming coal outlook good, says mine official   By Jake Goodrick Gillette News Record Via Wyoming News Exchange   GILLETTE — The question of what the future of coal in Campbell County will entail long-term, remains unanswered. But in the near future, Powder River Basin coal is projecting...

Wyoming Women’s Antelope Hunt guide, Gloria Courser and first time hunter Rachel Ryan watch a herd of antelope as Courser plans her approach. Courser guided Ryan and fellow hunter Trista Ostrom during the annual event held at Ucross. (Photo by Floyd Whiting, Buffalo Bulletin)

Three women conquer three firsts at Women’s Antelope Hunt   By Floyd Whiting Buffalo Bulletin Via Wyoming News Exchange   BUFFALO — Snow covers the alfalfa field as the sun's first light creates a soft, golden glow. The air is still, and a calm hangs over the field. A single rifle shot shatters the...
It was chewy and weird, but he did it. And despite the gag reflex, he said that he felt the sacred connection with the animal whose life he’d just taken. “It was kinda unexplainable,” the teen said, scrunching up his face and admitting that it’d taken everything he’d had to take that first bite. ...

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