Cooper Hadaway and a couple of friends were sitting around one afternoon last week, cloistered by coronavirus, when a mountain lion stepped into view through the back door of their Henry’s Road home.
Nearly two dozen U.S. Department Of Interior employees have tested positive for COVID-19, the pandemic that’s intensifying and sweeping across the country.
Ungulates roaming the National Elk Refuge are likely to find fewer alfalfa pellets to eat over the course of this week and none at all by Friday as part of a plan to scale back the historic feeding program.
For all of its history Snow King Mountain has been a small and mostly sleepy ski area, with slow lifts, relatively few people and familiar ski runs cutting through the forest rising over town.
Lee Pico’s job has always been a bit easier because he has been surrounded by people who carry a sense of duty to protect wildlands in and around Yellowstone National Park.
The Jackson Hole Airport Board has postponed considering Wind River Air’s application to operate scenic helicopter tours from the airport due to coronavirus-related health advisories discouraging public gatherings.
The first plague-infected cat was a kitten that turned up dead in the high country between Ditch Creek and the Gros Ventre River some 14 years ago.
Seventy-five male sage grouse putting on a show for their hen friends and strutting on local leks this spring may be enough to negate the need to import outside birds this year, biologists agreed last week.
State wildlife biologists are seeking some concessions to protect species like elk as Snow King Mountain Resort prepares to build out already leased acreage in Leeks Canyon.
Ken Mills noticed something amiss with the Pinnacle Peak Pack while flying over the National Elk Refuge in mid-January during his routine wintertime wolf census.
A survey crew on skinny skis poled and glided off into the powder, hopeful of finding flocks of sage grouse that had proved sparse all morning in the birds’ usual winter haunts in southern Grand Teton National Park.
Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon and the chief of his wildlife department reached out to Grand Teton National Park at the last minute to try to stop contracted gunners from killing the Tetons’ nonnative mountain goats.
Initially, just one adult lioness padding apace with a single kitten stepped into the frame of Jackson Hole resident Tiffany Smith’s Nest home security camera.
Rod Newcomb gestured down to an opening in the timber on an untracked powder-covered slope a few hundred yards west of the boundary of Snow King Mountain Resort.
Environmental attorneys have their sights set on a 3,500-well gas field that overlaps with the state of Wyoming’s only recognized sage grouse winter concentration area and a migration path that’s used by pronghorn that dwell in Jackson Hole.
The Bridger-Teton National Forest is assessing whether to double the number of user days allotted to Jackson Hole Mountain Resort ski guides who lead clients out of bounds into the backcountry.
The National Park Service is taking steps to relocate a major bridge spanning the Yellowstone River at Tower about 500 feet south of its current location.
Wind River Air LLC — the company aiming to offer scenic helicopter tours from Jackson Hole Airport — has been cleared for takeoff by federal aviation officials.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service law enforcement officers received word two years ago that several dogs had eaten poison and died just east of Dubois.