The Shoshone, America’s first national forest, spans elevations from 4,600 feet to 13,804 feet across five Wyoming counties: Fremont, Hot Springs, Park, Sublette and Teton.
Six years of monitoring Yellowstone National Park’s wildlife during winter has shown bison and elk are fairly accustomed to snowmobile and snowcoach use, prompting managers to recommend ending the surveillance.
The BLM began operations on Oct. 7 and had gathered 285 wild horses — 138 mares, 63 foals and 84 stallions — as of Sunday. Four fatalities were recorded during that period.
What will happen to Yellowstone once its rhyolite magma system shuts down? To understand the future, geologists look to the past — in this case, to Yellowstone Caldera’s older but smaller sibling, Henry's Fork Caldera!
The route from Billings travels through Red Lodge and then along the Beartooth Scenic Byway, also known as Highway 212, that climbs to almost 11,000 feet before descending into a corner of northwestern Wyoming.
Aerial spraying of chemicals — including one banned in Europe — to kill sagebrush and invasive plants appears to be “the most-reasonable optio…
The Bridger-Teton National Forest is seeking comments on whether to issue a one-year permit to allow operation of a winter elk feedground.
It’s been more than a year since the Wyoming Game and Fish Department finalized its Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) Management Plan. As the path…
In general, the researchers found, declining sage grouse numbers have been driven primarily by habitat fragmentation and loss rather than hunting.
In recent years CWD has been detected in more deer and elk hunt areas in northwestern Wyoming.
The roundup across 3.4 million acres of “checkerboard” land ownership could last more than a month, said Brad Purdy, a Bureau of Land Management spokesman. The agency will permanently remove — for adoption, training and domestic use — about 3,500 horses. About 800 would be set free again after treating mares in that group with temporary fertility control.
In an “emergency petition,” a coalition of conservation groups has asked U.S. Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland to reestablish protections for the gray wolf in the northern Rocky Mountains, including Wyoming.
Although hidden from the view of many visitors to Yellowstone National Park, the floor of Yellowstone Lake has many hydrothermal features.
A Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation administrator has charged that the Bureau of Land Management does not have the authority to grant a nonprofit group permits to graze bison on federal lands.
Wade Pearson still occupies the land held by his father and father before. He was raised and schooled in the logging community of Hulett, a popular stop on the route to Sturgis, South Dakota, that has never claimed more than 500 full-time residents.
Runners trickled across the finish line all afternoon.
Sen. John Barrasso introduced a bipartisan bill on Friday that aims to prevent wildfires and boost the natural carbon storage capacity of forests and rangelands.
A plan designed to test whether boosting water releases from Fort Peck Dam in the spring could help endangered pallid sturgeon successfully spawn has been approved.