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Jackson Hole pronghorn’s critical winter range doubles as one of the largest natural gas fields in the U.S. But new research shows that the native tawny-and-white residents are avoiding, and even abandoning, the altered landscape.

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Jackson Hole pronghorn’s critical winter range doubles as one of the largest natural gas fields in the U.S. But new research shows that the native tawny-and-white residents are avoiding, and even abandoning, the altered landscape.

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Two 2019 fence pulls are left

The Jackson Hole Wildlife Foundation is continuing fence removal and modification projects intended to help animals move around the landscape.

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Run for wilderness

The Wyoming Wilderness Association has organized a competitive trail run that will coincide with the inaugural Wyoming Public Lands Day.

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The south and east faces of East Gros Ventre Butte are prime winter habitat for mule deer and elk, species whose homes will be somewhat compromised in the coming months by the Wildlife Museum and Saddle Butte wildfires.

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The U.S. Secretary of the Interior has made a top-down decision about the use of electric bikes on National Park Service lands, bucking policies that today are set individually by parks.

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While Shane Rothman was driving home on Snow King Drive he saw a bear coming down the hill toward a couple of green Wyoming Game and Fish Department trucks. Rothman pulled over for a few minutes to take a look.

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Fence pulls continue

The Jackson Hole Wildlife Foundation is continuing fence removal and modification projects intended to help animals move around the landscape.

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An expansive, yearslong controlled burn project on the Bridger-Teton National Forest will get underway this fall along the forested front east of Star Valley.

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A year from now, Grand Teton National Park visitors and employees should have drastically improved cell coverage in places ranging from Beaver Creek to the remote west shore of Jackson Lake.

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Grand Teton National Park rangers made the call Wednesday to reopen Signal Mountain Road and nearby trails, which had been closed because of a string of conflicts with berry-foraging bears about a week ago.

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Wildland firefighters on Thursday piled onto a Palisades Wilderness Study Area blaze, likely lit by humans, with the goal of fully suppressing the flames flicking from the mountainsides west of Jackson Hole.

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Meet the wildflowers

Join Northern Rockies Conservation Cooperative researcher Trevor Bloom to learn about native plants while collecting data on how they are being affected by climate change.

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A stretch of rugged Flat Creek Road is being tentatively closed for the next week or so to allow wildland firefighters to “remove hazards” from the area.

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Numerous people using the trails southeast of Jackson in recent days have encountered an animal that’s either a young grizzly bear or a cinnamon-colored black bear that’s throwing people off.

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The idea of a mountain bike trail near Pine Creek’s exit from Fremont Lake died on the vine earlier this summer out of concern for mule deer that pass through a migration “bottleneck” in the same area.

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One new lightning-sparked wildfire is burning in the Gros Ventre Wilderness, and a Wyoming Range blaze had to be extinguished this week after a campfire ran out of control.