Wyoming Wildlife TV explores Brucellosis on September 21
by Wyoming Game & Fish
September 17, 2008
Brucellosis is one of the most complicated wildlife issues anywhere. Because brucellosis can affect elk, bison, cattle, and people, it is the target of a variety of state and federal agencies in charge of managing this disease in Wyoming. Wyoming Wildlife TV takes an in-depth look at brucellosis this Sunday, September 21, at 10:30 pm on KCWY, Channel 13.
The show features interviews with disease experts from across Wyoming, as well as people whose lives and livelihoods are being affected by this disease.
"Brucellosis is such a complicated and politically charged issue," said Eric Keszler, Public Information Officer for the Game and Fish. "We hope this show gives viewers an objective look at what it means to have this disease in northwest Wyoming; how it is affecting our people, wildlife, and livestock; and what is being done to manage and, potentially, eradicate brucellosis."
Wyoming Wildlife TV is being broadcast through a unique partnership between the Game and Fish Department and KCWY. It airs every Sunday night at 10:30 on KCWY, Channel 13.
The show can be seen in Cheyenne and Casper on channel 13; Laramie on channel 14, Riverton on channel 30, Sheridan on channel 7, Big Piney on channel 6, and Jackson on channel 2. The station is also carried on many Bresnan, Communicom, and TCT cable systems (check for the channel number in your area) and is on DishTV in the Cheyenne-Scottsbluff areas and the Casper and Riverton areas.
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