A new volume and its innovative way of presenting conservation data provides public and policy makers with new wildlife management tools.
Steven Girt’s intimate photograph inspires phantom whiffs of cordite and crushed sage. You can almost hear your ears ringing.
Deep snow, cold temperatures, and train, truck and car collisions are taking a heavy toll on elk, deer and antelope this winter.
The Wyoming Women’s Antelope Hunt has become an event about empowerment and self-sufficiency, not just hunting.
As he retires, Grand Teton National Park senior wildlife biologist Steve Cain reviews success story for carnivores.