Years after a statewide effort to reach a compromise, the senator introduced legislation that would provide some safeguards for about 32% of lands it considers, leading conservationists to oppose its passage.
Trails, parks and forest lands are on track for another big season of visitation. Land managers are starting to eye solutions for negative impacts.
Dozens of prehistoric-looking fish once thrived in the rivers of eastern Wyoming. Work continues to bring several back, though biologists caution some may never return.
Eighty environmental groups have asked U.S. House and Senate leaders to stop adopting budget riders that prevent the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service from writing or issuing Endangered Species Act protections for greater sage grouse.
State’s greater sage grouse team hears criticism that research doesn’t support hunting the imperiled bird, but Game and Fish disagrees.