The bill would enable an owner to use physical force independent of an official determination of trespass.
Powell Middle School students are learning hot to tie flies, build rods and fly fish in new club.
A once-dead measure that would boost the price of some nonresident deer and pronghorn hunting licenses by as much as 300% has been revived.
Federal officials' decision to reassess grizzlies' Endangered Species Act protections comes as a victory for the state and a blow to many conservation groups.
A Butte resident's 1907 journal about a trip to Yellowstone National Park has connected three generations of Murphys and will soon be available to the public.
Plenty Unlimited Inc., a company co-founded by a former University of Wyoming graduate student, plans to expand to a 60,000-square-foot facility in Laramie by 2025.
A regulation change picking up momentum in the statehouse would give Wyoming residents first dibs on elk, deer and moose antlers waiting for the taking on public land.
As an outdoor educator, Asano Otsu discovered Red Lodge and the Beartooth Mountains. Now she calls it home.
Studying Yellowstone’s volcanic, earthquake and hydrothermal activity requires careful consideration of impacts on the landscape and heritage of the park.
As of press time, the network released six episodes, and Burns was eliminated in episode four.
Stacker compiled a list of the states with the most registered anglers using data from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. States are ranked by per capita fishing license holders.
Cassidy, a research associate with the Yellowstone Wolf Project, said that pack’s demise indicates what happens when humans kill wolves — intentionally or not — that dwell in national parks and preserves.
Celebrity bowhunting couple the Bowmars have been sentenced in federal court for conspiring to violate the Lacey Act, which prohibits the trafficking of wildlife.
The bears "were observed to be in poor condition and exhibited disorientation and partial blindness, among other neurological issues," due to the virus.
The National Park Service wants to reinstate bans on what it describes as "controversial" hunting and trapping activities on Alaska's federal preserves
Misinformation and misconceptions about Yellowstone are nothing new. This past Christmas saw a particularly challenging episode of misinformation that caused widespread and needless concern — especially because there are many places online to find scientific information about Yellowstone’s current activity.
The 2023 Idaho Sled Dog Challenge returns to West Central Idaho in late January. Competitors include Montana mushers who won last year's 100- and 300-mile events.
Mutual of Omaha’s “Wild Kingdom” has been resurrected and the show’s producers have picked two area ranches’ black-footed ferret conservation efforts to highlight in the first season.
Last month, 13 Yellowstone National Park bison were killed while attempting to cross Highway 191 when a semi tractor-trailer truck struck the animals.
Despite an increase in Wyoming elk populations, nonresident elk hunters could see a reduction in opportunities under a proposal from the state’s Wildlife Taskforce.
Happy New Year! Now that we’ve started in on a new calendar, it’s time for the traditional look back at Yellowstone activity in the year that was.
The trouble is, when biologists count roughly 500 animals in the Jackson Herd, which lives in the mountains east of Jackson Hole, pneumonia tends to claim spectacular proportions of the herd.
The ducks contracted aspergillosis, a respiratory disease, after inhaling spores of a naturally occurring fungus at a popular hunting and fishing spot near Riverton.
Conflicts with humans were lower in 2022 than in almost a decade as ample food sources and better-protected attractants kept more bears in their core habitat.
Although winter is tightening its grip on Montana, this can still be a great time of year to hike around with your camera or binoculars.
Resident and nonresident hunters can submit applications for elk, deer, antelope, moose, bighorn sheep, mountain goat and spring wild turkey.
Citing the 2021 Annual Report on Conservation and Science from the Association of Zoos and Aquariums, Stacker looked at the 27 most targeted species focusing on the five main vertebrate groups.