Wyoming Game and Fish Jackson Wildlife Supervisor Tim Fuchs has been honored with the prestigious Director’s Award. Fuchs began his Game and Fish career in 1980 as a biologist aid in Glenrock. In 1981, Tim began his career as a game warden with a short stint in Alcova and then on to Lusk. In 1986, he transferred to Thermopolis where he was the game warden for 18 years before transferring to Jackson in September of 2004. In March 2008, Fuchs was promoted to his current position as the Jackson Regional Wildlife Supervisor. In Jackson, Fuchs deals with some of the state’s most challenging issues including: elk feedgrounds, brucellosis and chronic wasting disease; grizzly bear, black bear, wolf, and mountain lion management; Grand Teton elk reduction program; bison hunting, and many others. Fuchs was recently presented with the award at the Wyoming Game and Fish Commission meeting in Lander.