SHORT STORIES BY GAME WARDENS

For additional interesting writings about Wyoming Wildlife Law Enforcement, check out Retired Game Warden Dave Bragonier’s book “Wild Journey”. A book about a Wyoming Game Warden in Yellowstone Country.

Chief Game Warden Jay Lawson has written a book called “Men To Match Our Mountains”. A book chronicling the life histories of some of the most colorful outdoor men and women from early 20th century Wyoming, including game wardens. The profits from book sales are dedicated to the Wyoming Wildlife Heritage Foundation’s Forensic Trust Fund. The book can be purchased at the following:
https://gf.state.wy.us/ae/p-184-men-to-match-our-mountains.aspx


These following game warden short stories were written by officers in the 1980s when WGWA was considering publishing a Wyoming Game Warden short stories book. Unfortunately the book never came to fruition, so we would like to share them with you here. Photos of the authors are of the time the experiences happened. Click on the Officers Photo to bring u pthe short stories.


Bob Sexton
(Retired Laramie Enforcement Specialist)


DAVE AVEY
Casper Game Warden


GREGG ARTHUR
Assistant Director, Laramie Supervisor, Laramie Investigator, Greybull and Jeffery City Game Warden


GARY BROWN
Cody Supervisor and Saratoga Game Warden


JIM JOHNSTON
(Retired Laramie, Sundance and Thermopolis Game Warden)


MAC BLACK
(Retired Powell and Dayton Game Warden)


REX M. CORSI
(Retired Chief Game Warden, Tensleep Game Warden)


JOHN DEMAREE
Laramie Wildlife Investigator and Damage Control Warden


CHUCK WARD
(Retired Casper & Wheatland Game Warden)


MARK BRUSCINO
Bear Conflict Supervisor and Lovell Game Warden


NEIL HYMAS
Cokeville and former Wheatland Game Warden


ROGER BREDEHOFT
Laramie and former Wheatland and Jeffery City Game Warden


DAVE BRAGONIER
(Retired Cody Game Warden)


TERRY CRAM
(Retired Sheridan Game Warden)


BILL HALEY
Laramie Game Warden


JEFF SMITH
Laramie Supervisor and Evanston Game Warden


CHRIS DAUBIN
Riverton Game Warden


ANONYMOUS
1950-1960

Additional warden stories can be found in the WGFD Stop Poaching Books, Volumes 1–3.