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Wildlife photo contest

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s in-house magazine, Wyoming Wildlife, has put out a call for submissions for its 49th annual photo contest.

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Wyoming wildlife officials are about halfway through the citizen-driven process of rewriting a management plan for chronic wasting disease (CWD).

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The annual fall flood of blaze orange-clad hunters strolling the roads around Kelly and Antelope Flats will begin this weekend in Grand Teton National Park.

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Backcountry snow sports always carry an aura of uncertainty. Snow stability varies from day to day and slope to slope, unpredictable weather can sabotage any outing, and complex psychological factors govern reactions at every turn.

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Refuge ‘step-down’ plan

A detailed plan to scale back elk feeding on the National Elk Refuge is out for public review after more than two decades in the making.

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Goat killing plan approved

Grand Teton National Park has given final approval to plans to rapidly remove mountain goats by lethal and nonlethal means.

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Environmental activists are sounding the alarm over a proposed bill that they say would strip wildlife managers of their ability to protect the land for the good of migrating deer, elk and pronghorn.

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An updated plan to restore the health of the Flat Creek watershed aims to build on the progress of the 2006 original by pursuing more stormwater and habitat improvement projects in the coming years.

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Jackson Hole Airport has dipped into a nearly $3 billion pot from Volkswagen’s emissions-cheating settlement to purchase a new combined plow truck and ice-clearing runway broom.

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A former Teton County wolf whose southerly travels beyond the Wyoming border made headlines this past summer is mostly staying put, biologists say.

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Refuge ‘step-down’ plan out

A detailed plan to scale back elk feeding on the National Elk Refuge is out for public review after more than two decades in the making.

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A new report from an environmental advocacy group lists Grand Teton National Park as among the dozen parks most threatened by the hurried pace of energy leasing and drilling taking place under the Trump administration.

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Refuge ‘step-down’ plan out for comment

A detailed plan to scale back elk feeding on the National Elk Refuge is out for public review after more than two decades in the making.

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Land management agencies will take advantage of cooling temperatures and wet weather this month to set fire to brush piles and prescribed burn areas before winter sets in.

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A young female grizzly bear that likely shares the bloodlines of a celebrated Grand Teton National Park sow is now roaming clear across the ecosystem near Beartooth Pass.

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Federal officials whose job it is to review and authorize the transformation of Snow King Mountain have released bare-bones versions of four blueprints being considered for the ski area.

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The Pinedale and Afton elk herds are western Wyoming’s two first “priority herds” that will be exhaustively tested for chronic wasting disease, and wildlife managers want a little help from hunters.

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A lethal ungulate sickness that is inexorably expanding westward across Wyoming has officially infected a famous population of mule deer that grow to trophy proportions in the Wyoming Range.

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Enhanced nuclear test range planned

The U.S. Department of Energy’s Idaho office is planning to expand the capabilities at Idaho National Laboratory’s security test and radiological response training ranges.

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The recently departed superintendent of Grand Teton National Park is now calling the shots as the “acting” director of the National Park Service, overseeing more than 27,000 employees and 419 parks, monuments and other “units.”

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More than three years after first filing suit, environmental attorneys continue to make the case that wildlife throughout Grand Teton National Park are subject to National Park Service policies that prohibit hunting.

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Dozens of square miles of the Bridger-Teton National Forest infested with invasive cheatgrass will soon be sprayed from the air.