Game wardens offer advice on dangerous predator encounters


October 13, 2022

Sarah Pridgeon

Crook County's new game wardens Nate Host (left) and Mitchell Kern.

Crook County's two new game wardens introduced themselves to the county commissioners last week and provided information on the rights of citizens if they find themselves face to face with a dangerous predator.

Nate Holst has joined the Wyoming Game & Fish department (WGF) as the Sundance Game Warden, while Mitchell Kern will be his counterpart in Moorcroft.

The two men asked to be added to October's agenda after receiving a letter from the commission requesting a more proactive approach to predators approaching the county's four municipalities. Holst and Kern asked for more clarificati...

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