A 20-mile hike in the Tetons rewarded bumble bee researcher Ellen Keaveny with a special Bombus occidentalis sighting.
The Forest Service is not following the best scientific practices for managing livestock grazing, according to the report.
“There is a greater diversity of bird and mammal scavengers feeding on mountain lion kills than any other kind of carrion or meat resource ever documented in the world.”
People have until March 31 to submit their thoughts for the testing of what’s known as “molten chloride fast reactor” technology.
The U.S. Department of the Interior is seeking ways to fund innovative lodging solutions in national park gateway communities like Jackson Hole.
WyoFile reporter Nick Reynolds discusses the state’s budget crisis, fossil fuel dependence and potential photo ID requirements at the polls.
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department completed its third round of moose captures for GPS collaring in the Snake River Bridge area last week.
Proposed cuts to the state budget could cause real pain in Teton County, Yin says.
Record-breaking wildfires are burning through the American West. As firefighters address their immediate effects, nearby residents are grappling with the lasting repercussions.