A lifelong hunter who won a coveted bison-hunting license wants to give it away to a disabled military veteran.

Norma Winder’s name was pulled from 2,205 entries into Gov. Mark Gordon’s annual Wild Bison License Raffle. Instead of keeping the license, the 71-year-old retired Jackson postal worker is searching for a disabled female veteran in Wyoming to give it to.

Contact Miranda de Moraes at 732-7063 or mdm@jhnewsandguide.com.

Raised in a Brazilian-American household in Southern California, Miranda is fascinated by the intersection of culture and ecology. She holds a master’s in journalism from Columbia and is searching for jackalopes in her free time.

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