Screen Reader Mode Icon Check SCREEN READER MODE to make this survey compatible with screen readers. Can you avoid these common hunting mistakes? Take the Wyoming Game and Fish Department quiz to find out if you are ready for hunting. See if you can avoid some of the common hunting mistakes Wyoming game wardens see the most in the field. Need help? Brush up with these tips prior to your quiz: Avoid these 10 common wildlife violations. OK Question Title * 1. You just harvested a big bull elk. When you come upon the animal, what is the first thing you do? Take a photo of your harvest to share with friends. Fill out the carcass coupon and attach it to the elk. Start field dressing and cooling the meat. Measure the antlers. OK Question Title * 2. To prove the sex of the big game animal you harvested, you must, along with the edible meat, have: The visible external sex organs The head The antlers Any of these parts All of these parts OK Question Title * 3. Most hunters in Wyoming need one $12.50 Conservation Stamp (valid 12 months from purchase) in addition to their license. True - you need it. The exceptions are daily or a pioneer licenses. False - Only people who want to buy one need to. OK Question Title * 4. You see a nice deer while driving down a dirt road. You actually could take it out the window from the truck with an easy shot. Should you do it? Yes, it’s legal. Anyone can take wildlife from their vehicle. No, it’s illegal. Only people who have a special permit are able to shoot from their vehicle. OK Question Title * 5. You offer to take a friend out hunting on public land for grouse to celebrate her 28th birthday, but she hasn’t taken a hunter education course. Do you: Go hunting - you don’t need hunter education for grouse hunting. Go hunting - she is too old to need hunter education. Fill out the hunter mentor form - she can use it as proof of hunter education in lieu of the course. Give up - there is no way she can go with you since hunter education is a requirement for anyone born after January 1, 1966 on hunting on public land. OK Question Title * 6. You’re hunting on public land and see a pronghorn in the distance. To get to the herd, you have to cross private land or go the long way around. Should you: Contact the landowner and ask for permission. Run across the private land really fast. Go the long way. Either A or C OK Question Title * 7. What type of clothing does Game and Fish require while hunting? Your lucky socks. Fluorescent pink or orange. Camouflage. A knitted sweater. OK Question Title * 8. You are driving to hunt and you see a sign for a hunter check station. Do you: Drive by - you haven’t harvested anything and haven’t started hunting. Pull in to the check station - all hunters must stop no matter what. Turn around and try to avoid checkstations. OK Question Title * 9. You’ve read the regulations, but still aren’t certain about your hunt area boundaries. Do you: Go hunting - you’ll recognize the boundary when you see it. Buy a paper map to help determine the boundary line. Study the Game and Fish Hunt planner. Use a mapping tool or gps on your mobile device. B,C, or D OK Question Title * 10. How can you find answers to hunting questions? The regulations for the species your hunting By calling the Game and Fish call center Talking to a local game warden Stopping into a regional office All of the above OK SCORE MY QUIZ!