The National Park Service has launched an app that will allow hunters to track deer and game animals across all of the state’s 39 national parks, according to the Park Service’s website.
The app will be launched next week in the western Colorado town of Fargo and the western Wyoming community of Fort Greely.
The parks are all located on national forests and wilderness areas, which are not protected by the federal Endangered Species Act.
The NPS has a “hunter-tracking app” that allows hunters to download an app to their phone that allows them to track animals across the park system.
It allows hunters the ability to track both deer and animals that are not currently tagged with a collar.
The app allows hunters up to five deer per day to track an animal across the entire park system, with up to four tags per animal.
The agency said that the app is an opportunity for hunters to “share their hunting experiences and experiences of other hunters across the nation,” and will be able to help them with locating and tracking wildlife.
“Hunters in Fargo, Wyoming can enjoy the thrill of hunting, share their hunting experience and experiences with other hunters, and learn more about the natural world,” the NPS said in a statement.
“This app will help hunters track deer in the Rocky Mountains, the Rocky River, Colorado River, and beyond.
The Park Service is committed to working with hunters to create a safe, fun and rewarding experience.”
The agency also launched a similar app for dogs.
The apps will be updated in 2018.