The bighorn sheep of Whiskey Basin are in the rut until mid-December. You can take tours from Dubois to see the world’s largest wintering herd …
New book shows how climate change will impact the future of skiing.
University of Wyoming researchers are a part of a team exploring the social, economic and ecological impacts of using beetle-killed trees to create biofuel.
Mary Gibson Scott is retiring from superintendent of Grand Teton National Park on Friday. She talks grizzly bears, wolves and the current state of government.
Use the time between seasons to clean, repair and properly store your outdoor gear. The National Outdoor Leadership School provides tips.
After 15 years Yellowstone National Park published a rule to manage winter use in the park.
Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Park have reopened with a few weeks in the fall season left to make up for time lost due to …
Column: The closure of our National Parks during the government shutdown should serve as a reminder to people about the importance of public lands.
October is prime hunting season, but national wildlife refuges are closed due to the government shutdown. That means lost money and stalled conservation projects.
A new federal rule allowing hunting at Cokeville Meadows National Wildlife Refuge will provide western Wyoming with more waterfowl hunting opportunities.
A volksmarch provides a great way to explore Wyoming this fall. There are more than a dozen volksmarch trails in Wyoming.
Grizzly bears are expanding into new areas in Wyoming due to increased population and low production of whitebark pine cones this year.
The 1988 fires in Yellowstone might have been destructive, but they also provided scientists with a valuable learning opportunity to better understand fire ecology.
Rock Springs’ Cowboy Donuts is only three years old, but it will be featured on a new TV bake-off show called “Donut Showdown” Sept. 18.
Archaeologists have discovered an unusually complete record of 10,000 year old artifacts at the Moriah Ranch, a property recently purchased by the state of Wyoming.
If the Hardluck Fire reaches the abandoned Needle Creek cabins, the old building will likely burn. The Forest Service isn’t planning on defending what some …
Tim Tetley is a third generation shoeshiner who makes a living on regulars who seek out his skills and visitors looking for a novel experience.
If there’s a gun you’ve always dreamed of trying, the Jackson Hole Shooting Experience might offer you a chance. The business specializes in giving people …
Clint Kyhl, the Bridger-Teton National Forest’s new supervisor, will help decide the fate of 44,700 acres of leases in the forest.
People gathered to remember Bam Bam, Wyoming’s famous big horn sheep. But what does celebrity status mean for wildlife?
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