September 29, 2020

Continued Drought Will Effect Hunting in Wyoming

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A continued drought in Wyoming has led wildlife officials there to declare that hunting propects will be diminished for some species. The persistent conditions are forcing game animals like pronghorn, big horn sheep, moose and mule deer to change their habits. The drought has also caused fewer new fawns in some cases that will have an effect in coming seasons not necessarily this year.

The Billings Gazette covers the story and gives readers a break down of how each hunted species is being affected.

Tom Remington

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