Thirty years after becoming federally protected, the razorback sucker may soon move down the endangered species list.
Montana’s wildlife officials may keep planning to manage grizzly bears even though federal efforts to take them off the Endangered Species List appear stalled.
Grizzly bears are, undoubtedly, one of North America’s largest predators.
Traveling through Wyoming’s wide open spaces leaves plenty of time to think, tune into crackly radio stations and count pronghorn in the prairie.
For the second time in the past decade, a judge took grizzly bear management away from Wyoming and assigned it back to the federal government.
The time has come for Wyoming to manage its grizzly bears.
A bipartisan bill sponsored by U.S. Sen. John Barrasso, R-Wyoming, would solidify the delisting of gray wolves in the state and expand protect…
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We welcome today's U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service proposal to return the Yellowstone grizzly bear to state management as a recovered species. …
Wyoming wolf hunting quotas may be cut in half this fall, according to a Wyoming Game and Fish Department release issued Wednesday.
He spends most of his fall outside in the mountains, so finding a wolf was not a matter of if, but when.