Summer has arrived in Wyoming’s national parks. The visitors have come, but the residents are in shorter supply.
The decline in the Yellowstone Cutthroat trout population has caused grizzly bears to shift their diet to elk calves in Yellowstone National Park.
Wildlife managers are looking at white bark pine and new ways to track grizzly populations as they look to delisting the animals.
Bears are emerging from hibernation. Make sure you are bear aware when recreating in grizzly country.
Steam rises from the Mammoth Hot Springs in Yellowstone Park, Wyoming.
A new winter-use plan may finally strike a balance between environmental concerns and tourism interests in the long-running dispute over snowmobiles.
Winter transforms Yellowstone National Park. The quiet and scenery provides a park experience different from in summer.
This weekend fat bike enthusiasts gather near Yellowstone National Park to ride and raise awareness about how bikes can share winter roads and trails.
If Wyoming abandons the tourism-based segment of its’ economy, it risks the perpetuation of the boom-and-bust cycle that has plagued the state for generations.
The clouds behind a small group of buffalo near Fountain Flats in Yellowstone National Park.
Lake trout have devastated Yellowstone’s cutthroat trout population for years, but the National Park Service is fighting back.
Dewey Vanderhoff brings his camera with him to Yellowstone Lake, the largest freshwater high-elevation lake in North America and a world unto itself.
Twilight on Yellowstone Lake
The sun sets on Yellowstone Lake. (Dewey Vanderhoff/WyoFile — click to enlarge)
This photo is one of several shot by Dewey Vanderhoff for …
Crisp mornings, bright colors and fewer crowds make fall one of the best times to get out on Wyoming’s trails.
The Fish and Wildlife Service said it had approved Wyoming’s proposal for managing wolves in most of the state as predators, allowing the animals to …
Open to only a handful of overnight hikers, Yellowstone’s Mirror Plateau is one of the most remote and untrammeled areas of the park.
Wildlife biologists say pronghorn may be taking advantage of the buffer coyotes leave between themselves and wolves, possibly spurring population growth.
The sun rises behind Sleeping Giant Mountain east of Yellowstone’s Sylvan Pass. (Dewey Vanderhoff/Flickr – click to enlarge)
Data center owners have shied away from bringing their servers to northwestern Wyoming on account of potential volcanic activity under Yellowstone, a scenario which might …
An unlikely roadblock is hampering Wyoming’s efforts to bring in large-scale data centers for economic diversification.
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