The state Game and Fish Department is holding public meetings this week on the 2013 hunting season in western Wyoming.
Meetings are set to be held in Afton, Jackson and Pinedale.
While elk and antelope hunting shouldn't see many changes from last year's season, biologists are uncertain about moose and deer numbers.
Biologist Doug Brimeyer tells the Jackson Hole News & Guide that Game and Fish has been scaling back the Jackson moose hunt for the past decade but it doesn't seem to be making a difference for the herd.
Meantime, poor shrub production on winter ranges has biologists worried about deer in the Wyoming Range Herd and the Sublette Herd, which includes the Jackson area.
Those seeking to comment on season proposals can do so through April 1.
Information from: Jackson Hole (Wyo.) News And Guide, http://www.jhnewsandguide.com