A new volume and its innovative way of presenting conservation data provides public and policy makers with new wildlife management tools.
Joe Riis’ new book features images from 10 years of following pronghorn, deer and elk across the greater Yellowstone ecosystem.
Biologists and photographers are working to document the stunning journey of elk
Radio collar data is superimposed, time-lapsed, on maps to show how important wilderness and other lands are to Wyoming animals.
The discovery of America's longest mule deer migration by Wyoming scientists adds to a burgeoning awareness of where animals move and why they move.