We will keep updating and changing the Game Wardens featured in the Meet Your Game Wardens Page.

John Pokallus grew up in Gillette and is excited to join Game and Fish close to home. He got his bachelor's from the University of Wyoming and earned his master's at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He participated in wildlife research on a wide variety of animals ranging from mice, voles, and martens, to deer, black bears, and porcupines across the United States. Pokallus most recently worked in Washington as a research scientist and realized how unique and rare Wyoming's wildlife and environmental resources are, and he wanted to be a
part of it.

Trevor Meadows graduated from Humboldt State University with a bachelor's degree and began work as a restoration biologist, designing and restoring degraded wildlife habitat, before joining the Wyoming Game and Fish Department. Meadows worked as a habitat and access technician before becoming a game warden. I'm excited to learn this area and work with the people and wildlife. Biology, wildlife and conservation are my passions and I'm looking forward to serving this community. From the mountains, river, lakes, sagebrush country and high prairie; this region has a little bit of everything. It's amazing to get to work with such a wide breadth of wildlife and habitat types.

Green River Region welcomes new Game Warden Levi Wood.

Levi grew up in Cheyenne and is a graduate of Central High school. Wood attended the University of Wyoming and received a Bachelors in Wildlife and Fisheries Biology and Management in 2013. After leaving UW he moved to south Texas for a year to work with white-tailed deer. In 2014, Wood returned to Wyoming and took a position with the University of Wyoming COOP Unit working with songbirds in the gas and oil fields in Pinedale for 10 months. Wood then went to work with the WGFD Laramie Region fisheries crew for two consecutive summers and worked two winters as the Laramie Region Hunt Management Coordinator. Wood says when he gets any free time he likes to hunt and fish as much as he can and he also plays ice hockey.

New Game Wardens in Sheridan Region

This spring, Ryan Bagley and Luke May, having recently completed training at the Wyoming Law Enforcement Academy, joined the Sheridan Region as game wardens. The two new game wardens will be spending considerable time this summer working watercraft safety and fishing enforcement at Keyhole, Lake DeSmet and other waters in the Sheridan Region.

Ryan Bagley was raised in Star Valley, WY. He graduated from the University of Wyoming (UW) in December of 2015 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Wildlife and Fisheries Biology and Management. Before attending UW, Bagley spent four years on active duty in the United States Marine Corps. He has always enjoyed the outdoors and the excellent hunting and fishing opportunities that Wyoming has to offer. Bagley looks forward to serving the people of the Sheridan Region and assisting with the conservation of this area's great wildlife resource.

Luke May was raised in Jackson, WY. He grew up hunting, fishing, backpacking, and camping with his family and friends. May graduated from UW in the spring of 2014 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Zoology. After attending UW, May worked a variety of jobs including Fellow for the Wyoming Chapter of the Wildlife Society and an ecologist for the Wyoming Wetlands Society in Jackson. May is excited to start a career where his passions for the wild places of Wyoming and working with people can be combined on a day-to-day basis.