Early inhabitants may have used a sacred site to study and predict astronomical events, according to a Bozeman-based researcher.
Archaeologists are hunting for a dig site first discovered in the 1950’s and since lost to researchers. Now they are asking the public to share any information they may have on the location of the fossils of a prehistoric mammal.
Scientists say the area in Wyoming’s Goshen County is considered one of North America’s most important paleoindian archaeological sites.
Receding ice patches have archaeologists in a scramble to save ancient artifacts in Greater Yellowstone.
Southeast Wyoming is buzzing with oil and gas activity. But while companies look for minerals thousands of feet below, other resources will remain buried just under the surface. Most of Wyoming’s archaeological and fossil resources have yet to be discovered, and some of them may lie within the Niobrara oil play.