Watch Wyoming Wildlife TV On-Line
by Wyoming Game & Fish
July 8, 2009
Wyoming Wildlife TV, the popular series produced by the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, is now available to view on the department’s website: http://gf.state.wy.us.
The 13 episodes in this series originally aired throughout Wyoming on KCWY. Now, they are available to watch on line from anywhere in the world.
"Wildlife is extremely important to Wyoming’s citizens, and to the economy of the state," says WGFD Public Information Officer Eric Keszler. "We developed this series as a resource for people who want to know more about the issues and challenges facing our wildlife and their habitats . . . everything from drought and habitat loss to wildlife diseases and energy development. We also look at some of the great work going on around the state to improve our wildlife resources and the habitats they rely on. Whether you’re a hunter or angler, or just someone who appreciates wildlife and wide-open spaces, this series is a great way to learn more about what’s going on with Wyoming’s wildlife."
"Wyoming’s wildlife is also a national treasure," said Keszler. "So we’re pleased to be able to offer this series free through the internet to anyone anywhere in the world."
Wyoming Wildlife TV Show Line-Up:
1- Sage Grouse: The future of one of Wyoming’s signature game birds.
2- Wolves and Grizzly Bears: Wyoming’s most controversial predators
3- Brucellosis: Last reservoir in the US for this controversial disease
4- Cutthroat Trout in Wyoming: Bringing back a native
5- Energy Development: How it is affecting Wyoming’s wildlife (Part 1)
6- Energy Development: How it is affecting Wyoming’s wildlife (Part 2)
6- Habitat: The foundation of all wildlife conservation and management
7- Hunter and Angler Recruitment and Retention: Why are we losing hunters and anglers?
8- Bighorn Sheep and Mule Deer in Wyoming: What’s going on with these iconic Western species?
9- Nongame Wildlife: Managing the species that we don’t hunt and fish for.
10- Funding: Who pays for wildlife management and conservation in Wyoming?
11- Wyoming’s Hatcheries: Stocking the state’s waters
12- Wildlife Law Enforcement: Catching the bad guys