Wyoming’s First Game Warden - 1899
From the J.E. Stimson Collection, Wyoming State Archives,
Dept. of State Parks and Cultural Resources
Circa 1940s Game Checkstation.
Sheridan Game Warden Bruce Scigilano checking a young hunter’s kill.
Cheyenne Game Warden Chuck Repsis (Retired) checking a big game hunter.
Early elk trapping and relocation efforts.
Torrington Game Warden Adam Hymas and Wheatland Game Warden Craig Smith transplanting turkeys into a new area.
Director Scott Talbott checking hunters in the field.
Cheyenne Game Warden Allen Deru checking in trapped bobcats
Jackson Game Warden Nate Wilson feeding deer in the winter of 1918.
South Riverton Game Warden Chris Daubin necropsing a poached bull moose.
1956 Wyoming Game Wardens
Moorcroft Game Warden John Davis explains the rules for the canoe race to one group of the Rozet 6th graders.
North Jackson Game warden Jon Stephens check in a hunter harvested black bear.
Saratoga Game Warden Biff Burton discusses water and boating safety with an Encampment School class.