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    40% decline in the west the last two decades

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Putting the 'U' in Hunt

2020 Youth with Life-Threatening Illness Hunts

2020 was very successful for youth hunts. Congratulations to all the kids! Thank you to everyone involved with these hunts and assuring each one is successful and memorable. 



2,020 Wyoming Wildlife License Plates in 2020!


Wyoming residents get your Wildlife Conservation License Plate today! It goes to a great cause. If you are a hunter, photographer, or a wildlfie enthusiast, you should be sporting one of these plates onto your vehicle(s). No need to wait for your registration to expire. You can get them at any time.


Where your money goes

Purchases of Wildlife Conservation License Plates help pay for a variety of projects that help make wildlife and motorists safer on Wyoming roads.


  • Highway underpasses and overpasses, coupled with fencing, can reduce crashes by 80-90 percent and ensure animals can safely cross roads to get to seasonal ranges.
  • Signage can make drivers aware of areas where wildlife are more likely to try and cross the road or encourage motorists to slow down in these areas.
  • Proper fencing can help lead wildlife into a safer stretch of road or onto underpasses and overpasses where they will avoid traffic altogether.
  • Mowing will make wildlife on the side of the road more visible to drivers.





The Journey Mule Deer Face Twice a Year


Since 2013, the discovery of the 150-mile mule deer migration, the Muley Fanatic Foundation (MFF) has contributed and supported the Wyoming Migration Initiative for the continued efforts of migration research. MFF understands the importance of these migrations and how critical it is to preserve them for mule deer survival. MFF has contributed over $100,000 to the Wyoming Migration Initiative in the last 8 years.

400 Miles to Cross: The Interstate 80 Wildlife Barrier

Due to the Covid-19 circumstances, the Muley Fanatic Foundation has cancelled or postponed all upcoming events until further notice. If you would still like to support the efforts of MFF, please become a member or make any kind donation. Thank you all for understanding and please be safe and healthy.


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The Muley Fanatic Foundation Colorado Chapters have contributed over $26,000 to the Highway 9 Project. Funds benefited a portion of construction and the monitoring in different phases each year.

Since 2013, the MFF Colorado Chapters have allocated $466,049 and of that $370,424.43 is completely paid for due to project completions.

Thank you to everyone that supported and attended the Greeley and Denver Chapter Fundraising Banquets.

MFF Staff

JOSHUA W.D. COURSEY - President/CEO/Co-founder

JOSHUA W.D. COURSEY - President/CEO/Co-founder

He loves the Dallas Cowboys. Enough said right? Loser! Every season there is talk about the road to the Lombardi Trophy. And every year tears fall because once again the road came up short, like way short! Mr. Coursey also likes the Chicago Cubs and Los Angeles Lakers. Oh and the Denver Broncos in case his other team sucks there is another team to cheer for in the Fall. Unfortunately, they both suck now so his football season is usually pathetic. Josh's occasional dad joke will give you a laugh, on second thought, they are terrible. Probably reads them off a bubble gum wrapper.

JANET CROFTS - Office Manager

JANET CROFTS - Office Manager

Who the hell is this lady!? Don't let her smile fool you. She came out of no where and into the MFF office telling us what to do! We followed direction and did what we were told. Now she spends all her time on social media and ships the MFF Hats to people because she loves to give gifts. Here at the office we are still trying to escape. If you come through our doors please BEWARE! If you love dogs you will get along with Janet. She is obsessed with dogs! If she comes running to your dog don't worry, she just wants to pet the dang thing or kidnap it! Of course you can invite her over to your house for BBQ and she could possibly clean up your dog's poop.

CHRIS STEFFEN - Director of Operations

CHRIS STEFFEN - Director of Operations

Nickname RomoCop. Chris is an EX-COP, IN FACT RETIRED CHIEF!! He always brings out the law in the office. Can't do this, can't do that. Sometimes he even gives us a ticket for his "Office Laws"! Shit he even puts the badge back on once in a while. Fisherman, ya right! He attempts to catch fish, but isn't very good at it. Of course he is that guy that says "It was this big!" The biggest thing he has ever caught is his dog! Chris is an "okay" guy, it is just difficult to listen to him talk about how awesome his Denver Donkeys AREN'T! He definitely is NOT tech savvy. Occasionally he throws his laptop across the room hoping that will resolve the error or just yell at it like it is a living creature. Surprised he hasn't called the police to arrest the laptop, because in his mind it has committed some crime.



Born and raised in Rock Springs, Wyoming. Rock Springs rules Pat Crank! In high school he was known for the guy that dunked a basketball off a donkey during the participation in Donkey Basketball (look it up). Joey the less talented of the crew. He actually has two, he can shoot hoops, well he can bust a 3 point or two. Probably his strongest is art. Pencil drawing to graphic design, he definitely has it. His best subject used to be fruit, but now it is wildlife and mule deer is his favorite! This guy loves mule deer, literally loves them! He has always wanted to mount a trophy mule deer buck (as in taxidermy). His experience and time around mule deer since he was 5 years old, now 25, has influenced his passion for them. He works hard each day in hopes to find a solution to help this ungulate (term used now that he hangs out with too many biologists). Overall Joey is an awesome and extremely handsome MFF'er!!

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Annual MFF Gun Calendar

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The calendar helps further the mission and continues the existence of MFF. With the model of 70/30 (70% of net funds is obtained by that local chapter for their local area) that has existed since day one of the foundation, the Headquarters organizes other fundraising mechanisms to continue the organization and it’s future. View some Muley Fanatic Foundation YouTube videos.

Purchase the 2021 Gun Calendar here

Congratulations to ALL 2020 Gun Calendar Winners!

  • Only 3500 calendars were sold starting at #1000. Some of 2019 stubs were used to fill in the holes for 2020 to prevent printing costs of new stubs, SO some numbers are higher than #4500. MFF promises that ONLY 3,500 calendars were sold and entered in 2020. Only 3,500 of the 2021 Gun Calendars will be sold and number #0001 to #3500

131 Gun Giveaway

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January 2nd: Daryl Denbow #2582

January 7th: Freddie Leroux #3021

January 9th: Kenneth Phoenix #2152

January 14th: Stephen Nelson #1879

January 16th: Jeremy Neidens #1542

January 21st: James Baker #3726

January 23rd: Mark Highcock #2456

January 28th (2 winners): Merle Potter #1987 and Dee Bailey #3537

January 30th (2 winners): Aric Harsy #2303 and Mike Robertson #2984

February 4th: Allan Reimers #1597

February 6th: Dave Kavanah #3670

February 11th: Henry Van Gaethen #4848

February 13th: Stephen Harkness #3130

February 18th: Leon Parker #2800

February 20th: Terry Narramore #3573

February 25th (2 winners): Robert Tranas #2309 and Edward Chaney #1281

February 27th (2 winners): Ronald Willox #2894 and Miguel Munoz #1359

March 3rd: Josh Becker #3705

March 5th: Ginna Thomas #2589

March 10th: Patrick Perkinson #1036

March 12th: Brian Grisham #1972

March 17th: Brent Lloyd #2440

March 19th: Gary Livingston #2327

March 24th: Robert Seaver #3987

March 26th (2 winners): David Wenig #4625 & Erik Alberts #2013

March 31st (2 winners): Ronnie Harsh #3591 & James Jackson #2153

April 2nd: Justin Madsen #2195

April 7th: Russ Dalgarn #1463

April 9th: Amber Faigl #1586

April 14th: James Sanderson #3415

April 16th: Corey Mecham #3539

April 21st: Rick Smith #4798

April 23rd: Leland McClure #2319

April 28th (2 winners): Darren Rhea #3912 & Robert Nelson #1110

April 30th (2 winners): Michael Schubauch #1601 & Phillip Nissley #2432

May 5th: Chistian Hupo #2877

May 7th: Wayne Bennett #4852

May 12th: Barry Morretti #3113

May 14th: Leon Parker #4103

May 19th: Dana Dennison #5074

May 21st: John Price #3069

May 25th (Memorial Day): Joseph Cunningham #2707

May 26th (2 winners): Patrick Light #2673 & Nicolas Sees #2407

May 28th (2 winners): Kimberly Del Rosso #2919 & Josh Frommie #1656

June 2nd: Walter Wallace #4874

June 4th: Al Ferreira #2211

June 9th: Cheryl Joarsey #4614

June 11th: Dan Eychner #1365

June 16th: David Crabtree #3764

June 18th: Nathan Barron #4802

June 23rd: Josh Lamothe #3012

June 25th (2 winners): James Shirley #3209 & Ted Cardeu #2413

June 30th (2 winners): Viola Terry #2397 & Amos Trujillo #1479

July 2nd: Ronnie Rivers #1627

July 7th: Michelle Bobbitt #2963

July 9th: Scott Bell #3072

July 14th: Mike Ellis #3983

July 16th: Carson Odegard #3262

July 21st: Wayne Soost #3008

July 23rd: Kim Guega #2298

July 28th (2 winners): Robert Araas #3853 & Juli Forrester #4127

July 30th (2 winners): Aaron Hachenberg #2731 & Travis Rudolph #3497

August 4th: Raleigh Whalen #4646

August 6th: Chris Wilkinson #1935

August 11th: Mike Randall #1774

August 13th: Deb Varley #3451

August 18th: Robert Ashton #3495

August 20th: Neal Weller #2006

August 25th (2 winners): Clay Shelton #3517 & Donald Burback #3157

August 27th (2 winners): Michael Gaunt #2942 & Andrew Kinkella #2530

September 1st: Stuart Daniel #1147

September 3rd: Rick Niemiec #1235

September 8th: Glen Gamble #3812

September 10th: Scott Hooper #2849

September 15th:  Russell McSpedden #1896

September 17th:  Kim Leishman #3397

September 22nd: Steven Sanchez #3254

September 24th (2 winners): Larry Blair #3273 & Steven Stubbs #1934

September 29th (2 winners): Jeff Parker #2998 & Michael Flint #4709

October 1st: Tower Wilson #5036 *Watch today’s video on our Facebook page click here or YouTube Channel here.

October 6th: Sara Bossert #1889

October 8th: Robert Seaver #3986

October 13th: Gary Jellum #1965

October 15th: Jack Mullins #2758

October 20th: Ted Gordan #2972

October 22nd: Dave Hastings #1270

October 27th (2 winners): Theodore Sundin #3621 & Gary Register #3693

October 29th (2 winners): Willa Stark #3555 & Alfred Wittrien #4678

November 3rd: Bobby Villines #1785

November 5th: Tony Veno #4617

November 10th: Mike Morris #2446

November 11th (Veteran’s Day): Chad Rausch #1942

November 12th: Stephen Connell #3062

November 17th: Josh Masek #2936

November 19th: Adam Stroupe #2614

November 24th (2 winners): Jerry Long #1165 & Chance Witt #4620

November 26th (2 winners): Josh Bottjer #3652 & Clay Shelton #4887

December 1st:  Stewart Martens #2548

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