Last updated April 2023
Wyoming Game and Fish Department
Attn: Permitting Officer
5400 Bishop Blvd
Cheyenne, Wyoming 82006
Phone: (307) 233-6413
Is a state permit needed for banding?
Yes. The regulation includes capture and marking.
Permit application forms
- Application Form
- Renewal – same form
- Threatened and Endangered – same form
- Salvage – same form
Contact the manager of the state park, forest, or wildlife management area where you plan to work to be sure your work will not interfere with their management activities or conflict with public use, including hunting.
Check permit conditions. Even if not expressly required to do so, you should always contact the manager of that particular state land unit or with the owner of private land before your arrival. You want to be aware of the hunting seasons, and, of course want to be sure that your activities will not interfere with the activities of that park, wildlife management area, or other state land unit, and that your activities will not adversely affect public use of the land or with the activities of private landowners.
Wyoming Administrative Rules. Chapter 33. SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH, EDUCATIONAL OR SPECIAL PURPOSE PERMITS
State endangered species
Wyoming appears to have no state endangered species statute or regulation and seems to have no state-listed endangered species.