Outfitters, guides plan convention

2013-03-31T11:30:00Z Outfitters, guides plan conventionBy the Star-Tribune staff Casper Star-Tribune Online
March 31, 2013 11:30 am  • 

The Wyoming Outfitters and Guides Association and the Cody Country Outfitters & Guides Association will hold their annual convention Thursday through Saturday in Cody.

The convention will include an open panel discussion on the efforts underway for future grizzly bear delisting. Scheduled panel participants include Scott Talbott, director of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department; Brian Nesvik, chief of the Wildlife Division for the Game and Fish Department; Mark Bruscino, the department's large carnivore supervisor; Steve Ferrell, governor’s office liaison to endangered species; and Dan Tyres of the U.S. Forest Service.

For more information, contact Laurie Marcovitz, Wyoming Outfitters and Guides Association administrator, at 307-265-2376.

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    carlover - March 31, 2013 11:45 am
    dont try to even say if casper had a convention center they would be here? i would laugh anyone who says that...cody to casper in every aspct far supasses anything in this town. the shear beauty of cody and sights and museums are unsurpassed by any city in wyoming
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