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Wyoming is known for its natural landscapes, wildlife and rich history. WyoFile often explores the state’s characters, history, secret hideaways, small towns and more famous features of our great state.

Natrona County sheep herder, May 1936, by Arthur Rothstein. (Courtesy Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division)

Lean times

This photo of a sheep herder in Natrona County was taken in May 1936, by Arthur Rothstein, who was part of the Photo Unit of the Historical Section of the Resettlement Administration.
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Yellowstone heatwave

Despite overall warming temperatures in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, the variation of environments provides opportunity for wildlife.
A skier kicks up powder in Jackson Hole in March 2014. Some smaller ski areas in Wyoming still await more snow to open slopes for the season. (Flickr Creative Commons photo by Zach Dischner)

Slashin’ through the snow

A skier kicks up powder in Jackson Hole in March 2014. Some smaller ski areas in Wyoming still await more snow to open slopes for the season.