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Just because snow is piling up and temperatures are dropping below freezing doesn’t mean our flora and fauna are safe from invasive plants and microorganisms this winter.

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POWELL — As brilliant rays of sunlight cleared the peaks in the east, streaming warming beams of light across the peaks surrounding Lamar Valley, the Junction Butte Pack of wolves were on the move through the snow-covered hills. Below them a small herd of about 30 bison tightened their ranks…

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As a gaggle of grad students milled about, probing, prodding and drawing blood from three bighorn sheep, Aly Courtemanch was keeping her eyes peeled for something in particular.

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BONDURANT — In a showdown pitting Wyoming values of property rights against the desire for a quiet, rural lifestyle, Sublette County commissioners came down on the side of property rights last week, approving a billionaire’s high-end resort and stunning his neighbors who said it would foreve…

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Fifteen years after the community first set goals for improving the water quality and habitat of Flat Creek, one of the major accomplishments of that plan will be celebrated this week at Karns Meadow.

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The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission on Tuesday approved a revised plan for managing grizzly bear mortality in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.

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While human residents are biding their time until enough snow blankets the valley for recreation, their wildlife neighbors are prepping for what that deep snow means for them — the most difficult time of the year to survive.

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Reservations for all Grand Teton National Park and John D. Rockefeller Memorial Parkway campsites will be made via the Recreation.gov booking platform starting with the 2022 summer season.

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Pinky G’s Pizzeria has toppled its sales records every month to date in 2021, and General Manager Mark Sexton doesn’t see any reason to think November and December will turn out any differently.

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Early indications of a skimpy mountain snowpack are evident heading into winter, with just 75% of the typical amount of moisture frozen up in the high country as of Monday morning.

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While visitors to Yellowstone National Park were fewer than last October, the park is still experiencing a record-setting 2021.

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The Bridger-Teton National Forest announced Friday that Christmas tree permits are now available for purchase online through Recreation.gov. Details about where to cut and height restrictions may be found at Recreation.gov by searching “Bridger-Teton National Forest.”

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Grand Teton National Park had more than 105,000 fewer visits last month than it did a year earlier, but the count was still high enough to score as the park’s second-busiest October on record.