WYHAA News and Updates

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Critical Hunting Areas At Risk!

PRIME HUNTING AREAS AT RISK!  
MOOSE – ELK – DEER – PRONGHORN – BISON
HB 294 is being rushed through the House allowing little time for discussion.This bill intends to develop critical wildlife habitat. Your immediate action is needed now more than ever! The hunting and wildlife viewing opportunities that could be lost if this bill […]

Corner Crossing – Landlocked Public Land Access Study

Bill to Address Corner Crossing and Landlocked Public Land!

Wyoming Hunters & Anglers Alliance has worked hard to get HB 305 introduced. Now we need sportsmen to rally around this bill. This bill is our chance to increase access and you are a key partner in our efforts. WYHAA is proud to be able to represent you and […]

Landlocked Public Land Access

 

Bill to Address Corner Crossing and Landlocked Public Land!
Wyoming Hunters & Anglers Alliance has worked hard to get HB 305 introduced. Now we need sportsmen to rally around this bill. This bill is our chance to increase access and you are a key partner in our efforts. WYHAA is proud to be able to represent […]

Legalize Camping?

Help to legalize camping on state trust lands!

Possible Misdemeanor for Hunting on State Trust Land

Help us continue our tradition of hunting on state trust land.

This bill has changed committees and now we must send another email!
PLEASE
Email Your Legislator

Senator Hicks has introduced a bill, Senate File 145, targeting hunters and anglers once again.  Hicks’s bill would charge a state land access fee to all hunters and anglers regardless if […]

Just Change The Name Back! (AGAIN)

Support “Wyoming Public Lands Day” — HB99

The “Wyoming Public Lands Day” bill has had it’s name changed to the very verbose name of “Wyoming Multiple Use of Public Lands Day.”  In 2018 our Senators changed the name and now this year our Representatives have done the same thing.  WYHAA Opposes this […]

Cheney’s bill to scrap public input on BLM management moves to Senate

February 8, 2017

A bill proposed by U.S. Representative Liz Cheney passed the House yesterday that would scrap a set of new BLM rules that allow for increased public input in land management processes. The proposal will now come before the U.S. Senate.

The new rules, called “Planning 2.0,” were developed over the course of several years […]

Citizen Public Lands Supporters, Backed by an Organized Coalition, Defeated Wyoming’s Latest Public Land Transfer Legislation

January 26, 2017

Under intense public pressure from a wide range of public land supporters, Wyoming State Senate President Eli Bebout announced Friday he would kill a proposed state constitutional amendment to lay the groundwork for transferring federal public lands in Wyoming to the state. Bebout, an ardent public land transfer advocate, said he would not […]

Cheney starts House term claiming priceless public land has no value

Jan. 6, 2017

On its first day of the 115th Congress, the U.S. House of Representatives voted for a rule change that fast tracks the transfer of federal public lands to states. Wyoming’s lone House representative, Liz Cheney, voted in favor of the rule change.

Her vote Tuesday directly counters the wishes of a majority of Wyoming residents who […]

WHYAA Video Goes Viral

Jan. 4, 2017

A video WYHAA produced about opposition at a legislative subcommittee hearing to a proposed state constitutional amendment that would lay the groundwork for public land transfer went viral on Facebook. We posted it yesterday, at it already has more than 100,000 views. Seems lots of people oppose public land transfer (though you wouldn’t know […]