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Environment wildlife

Who should pay for Wyoming’s wildlife?

November 11, 2014

Law review article proposes changes as Game and Fish looks toward deficit

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Gov Mead asks EPA to withdraw its greenhouse gas rule for coal

May 9, 2014

For Wyoming’s economy — and for the world’s climate-prone populations and environment — the market-only and no regulation approach may be too little too late.

Peaks To Plains Yellowstone

Spring into Yellowstone celebrates Cody’s wildlife and birds

May 6, 2014

One of Yellowstone National Park’s key gateway communities, Cody, is getting ready for the annual Spring into Yellowstone Wildlife Festival.

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Bruce Babbitt: Wyoming BLM should end era of non-regulation

November 26, 2013

The BP America proposal to drill 8,950 more natural gas wells in southern Wyoming could be a turning point for Wyoming BLM.

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Sportsmen express concern over Game and Fish budget cuts

July 16, 2013

State and regional wildlife advocates are rallying to convince Wyoming lawmakers to change course on cuts to the Wyoming Game and Fish budget.

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Climate impact to wildlife could change western politics

February 1, 2013

Just about everything that people in Wyoming and the rest of the American West are most passionate about when it comes to the outdoors is …

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Winter Wildland

January 29, 2013

Winter transforms Yellowstone National Park. The quiet and scenery provides a park experience different from in summer.

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Second Amendment-only voters threaten hunting opportunities

October 30, 2012

Wyoming’s hunting community often supports gun rights as well environmental protections, but the two platforms are not often shared by the same candidate.

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Fires help, drought hurts Wyoming’s wildlife

September 18, 2012

This summer’s drought hurt livestock and crop productions, while wildfires filled communities with smoke and threatened homes. But it wasn’t all bad.

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Frankly Yellowstone

September 14, 2012

Dewey Vanderhoff brings his camera with him to Yellowstone Lake, the largest freshwater high-elevation lake in North America and a world unto itself.

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Yellowstone pronghorn find sanctuary among wolves

July 24, 2012

Wildlife biologists say pronghorn may be taking advantage of the buffer coyotes leave between themselves and wolves, possibly spurring population growth.

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Fantastic Four Wyoming species worth further study

June 12, 2012

When it comes to endangered species, much is said and written about the gray wolf and grizzly bear. But there are several lesser-known species that …

Legislature

WOC: Final Week: The Legislature has important work to do

March 6, 2012

Final Week: The Legislature Has Important Work to Do
On Mon. Mar. 5, Richard Garrett, Jr. of the Wyoming Outdoor Council wrote about the remaining week of the …

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Spirited Creatures: The innate presence and power of Rehabilitated Raptors

March 6, 2012

Owly, Gus and Ruby are resident raptors at the Teton Raptor Center — a rehabilitation, conservation and educational facility in Wilson, Wyoming. Each has …

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Yellowstone to Yukon: Conservationist advocates for key wildlife corridor

July 5, 2011

Pluie, a well-traveled adult, female gray wolf tracked in 1991 by Canadian wildlife officials, was the inspiration for the Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative. The …

The Pitch

Dog vs. Fawn: A Tense Détente

June 22, 2011

Dog vs. Fawn: A Tense Détente
One can certainly question the newsworthiness of videos showing pets and animals, but there’s no questioning their popularity on the …

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Picturing Yellowstone — Photographers Drawn to Park’s Beauty

February 15, 2011

More than 3.6 million people visited Yellowstone National Park last year, but there’s no telling how many millions of pictures they took while there. Photographing …

Columns/Blogs

Two bills aim to alter state’s wind energy tax

January 19, 2011

Two legislators are introducing bills that aim to tweak how Wyoming taxes wind energy producers, according to Wyoming Energy News. Rep. Tim Stubson (R-Casper) wants …