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Water For Wildlife Commissioner's License 2016

Congratulations to Randall on the 2016 Wyoming Commissioner's License with a bid of $13,800

Commissioner's Licence 2016 Bidding Details

We are pleased to announce the details for the Water for Wildlife 2016 Commissioner's License Auction. The 2016 Auction will be in an online bidding format. Highest bidder will be posted & updated twice daily, on the Water for Wildlife website, www.waterforwildlife.com. For the first week posting times will be twice daily, 12:00 p.m. and again at 6:00 p.m. Highest bids will be posted every two hours the second week, with the current highest bidder. If you have any questions please call our office: 307-332-6862 or toll free 1-800-768-7743. This 2016 Water for Wildlife Commissioner's License is valid in any area throughout Wyoming’s vast, elite, and pristine hunting country. Your choice on location, date, and species, for one of the following: Deer, Rocky Mountain Elk, or Western Pronghorn! Best of luck to you and happy hunting in 2016!   Commissioner's License Buy It Now Option: You may choose to bypass the bidding process with a buy it now bid of $15,000.00; provided the the $15,000.00 buy it price has not always been exceeded in the normal auction process. The buy it now will start March 8, 2016 at 8:00 a.m. MST, and goes to the first one to exercise this option.  

About Water for Wildlife

Water for Wildlife is a conservation program designed to benefit our nation's wildlife. Our initial emphasis focuses on antelope preservation and management through the development of supplemental water resources in selected areas where both the habitat and wildlife are being impaired by lack of this vital resource. The State Game and Fish Department and the Bureau of Land Management cooperate jointly with Water For Wildlife in the creation and development of this unique conservation program.  

The benefits

The antelope herds, as well as, other big game herds of the United States are dependent on their habitat for water, feed, and cover. This conservation project provides additional water sources for wildlife. With the help of generous donations, over 448 water facilities have already been developed and maintained in fourteen states. In addition, the future for all non-game animals, songbirds, raptors and waterfowl, as well as, domestic livestock will be assured. Our goal is to benefit our wildlife and environment in arid regions of the West. We wish to create awareness for the public and private segments of our society.

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