Wyoming adopts its first cougar plan

The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission has adopted the first mountain lion management plan the state has ever had.

The Wyoming Wildlife Federation welcomed the plan.

The Casper Star Tribune has the article. Read it.

Added on Sept. 20. Here is a link (pdf file) to the Wyoming Mountain Lion Plan.

One Response to “Wyoming adopts its first cougar plan”

  1. John Says:

    I still don’t think that Wyoming is managing for the non-hunter that longs to see mt. lions. Why can’t there by non-national parks that are off-limits to hunting? Until then, the plan is biased to the minority that hunt these beautiful cats.


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