September 22, 2006
Contact: Rey Adame 307-352-0399
Wally Mierzejewski 307-828-4508
Kemmerer BLM Reminds Hunters to Be Safe, Stay on Existing Roads
Here are some tips for hunters and other outdoor enthusiasts: Be safe and stay on existing roads while traversing on BLM-administered lands.
“Hunting season is upon us. Cooler temperatures signal the changing of the seasons, as well as more camping, fishing and hunting trips. Whichever activity you choose, play it safe,” said Wally Mierzejewski, Kemmerer BLM outdoor recreation planner.
“We also want to remind everyone to travel only on established roads on BLM-administered public lands. We want to keep our environment as intact as possible and staying on established roads is a major part of keeping it that way,” he added.
For more information call Mierzejewski at 307-828-4508.