#HeadsUp: 2021 hunting season proposals comment period ends Friday; Lander Q&A Thursday

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    (Lander, WY) – Only three regional question and answer sessions remain for people to discuss the 2021 Wyoming hunting season proposals with Wyoming Game and Fish Department personnel from Pinedale, Laramie and Lander Regions.

    Statewide draft regulations and regional season presentations are available on the Game and Fish website. The last day to submit comments is 5 pm on April 2nd. 

    “These question and answer sessions are an opportunity for the public to interact with regional managers from Pinedale, Laramie and Lander,” said Doug Brimeyer, deputy chief of wildlife.

    Registration for these sessions is open now. Each meeting has a unique link. Separate enrollment is required if attending multiple meetings. 

    PinedaleMarch 316 p.m.Pinedale registration
    LaramieMarch 316 p.m.Laramie registration
    LanderApril 16 p.m.Lander registration

    The public comment period is open for:

    • Chapter 2, General Hunting Regulation
    • Chapter 5, Antelope Hunting Seasons
    • Chapter 6, Deer Hunting Seasons
    • Chapter 7, Elk Hunting Seasons
    • Chapter 8, Moose Hunting Seasons
    • Chapter 9, Bighorn Sheep and Mountain Goat Hunting Seasons
    • Chapter 11, Upland Game Bird and Small Game Hunting Seasons
    • Chapter 14, Migratory Game Bird Hunting Seasons and Light Goose Conservation Order
    • Chapter 15, Wild Bison Recreational Hunting Season
    • Chapter 20, Fall and Spring Wild Turkey Hunting Seasons

    Public comments will not be recorded during the meeting. Instead, the public is encouraged to submit all comments online through the Get Involved page or sent to Wyoming Game and Fish Department, Regulations, 3030 Energy Lane, Casper, WY 82604. 

    The public comment period, which is open now, closes at 5 pm on April 2nd. Written comments shall be presented to the Game and Fish Commission prior to the public hearing at their April 2021 meeting in Jackson.

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