New game warden comes to the Casper region

CASPER – The Wyoming Game and Fish Department welcomes new game warden Dylan Bergman to the Casper Region. As a game warden in the Casper Region, Bergman will spend time doing boating safety on local reservoirs, as well as working with fish and wildlife from Pathfinder all the way to the Black Hills. “I enjoy spending time outdoors and interacting with the habitat, wildlife and people,” says Bergman. “I am excited to get kids involved in the outdoors doing things like hunting, fishing, hiking, backpacking and just being outside. The great thing about this job is you work the law enforcement, like stopping illegal harvest of game, but also get to deal with people and wildlife habitats.” Bergman grew up in the Santa Cruz Mountains before coming to Wyoming to work on his Masters’ Degree at the University of Wyoming. He started work with Game and Fish as a habitat biologist before being accepted into the game warden program. Bergman completed the Wyoming Law Enforcement Academy in April, where he was named the honor graduate of his class. This distinction is limited to one student per class and based on objective evaluation of the individual’s performance and leadership throughout the 13 week course. #oilcity #news