In the wake of Grizzly 399 and her four cubs’ October visits to southern populated stretches of Teton County — and the deaths of other bears that got into garbage — the town and county are both discussing ways to keep bears and people safe in the valley.
Grand Teton National Park officials, in coordination with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, euthanized a "highly food-conditioned," 4-year-old female grizzly bear on Saturday.
An interagency collective of biologists is recommending that 21,233 acres of high-quality winter habitat in the Teton Range be made off limits to humans to help an imperiled, declining herd of bighorn sheep stage a comeback.
Yellowstone National Park is winding down search and recovery efforts for Kim Crumbo, 74, who had been on a four-night backcountry trip to Shoshone Lake with his brother, who died of hypothermia.
A 2.2-mile-stretch of power line that climbs up Teton Pass may soon be buried by Lower Valley Energy if the electric utility gets the nod to do so.
Wildland firefighters will be at work igniting the slopes of Grouse Mountain this week for an experimental burn intended to regenerate imperiled whitebark pine trees by opening up the canopy.
Grand Teton National Park is asking visitors to heed warning signs and avoid areas where bear trapping is going on.
Rifle season for big game in much of Northwest Wyoming kicks off with deer hunting on Wednesday, and wildlife managers want hunters who harvest to take one extra body part with them.
Wyoming’s 2021 count of male greater sage grouse declined 13% compared to 2020, extending the downward trend of the troubled bird’s key population indicator to five years.
The climber found dead at the base of the Black Chimney mountaineering route on Teewinot Mountain in Grand Teton National Park has been identified as Hitoshi Onoe, a 42-year-old IT engineer who was vacationing in Jackson.
Grand Teton National Park rangers discovered a dead climber Saturday at the base of the Black Chimney climbing route on Teewinot Mountain.
Pull up a lawn chair or spread a blanket on the grass at Teton County Library to watch a local documentary, “A Noble Pursuit,” under the stars Tuesday.
Teton County has joined federal land managers like Grand Teton National Park and the Bridger-Teton National Forest in lifting fire restrictions.
Last fall, a hunter’s stray round slammed into a vehicle parked in the westside pullout on Hwy. 26/89/191 just south of the Gros Ventre River — where tourists often park to peep at moose.
Although the federally owned visitor center on North Cache Street has been closed because of Teton County’s high COVID-19 risk level, similar federal facilities in Grand Teton National Park are remaining open.
Patagonia, the iconic sportswear company that has built a worldwide reputation on outdoor athleticism and environmental activism, will no longer supply Jackson Hole Mountain Resort with its products after a resort owner hosted a fundraiser for the right-wing House Freedom Fund.
The first migration corridor recognized and protected by the state of Wyoming is being scrutinized starting Thursday by a panel of stakeholders appointed by Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon.
The four lightning-caused fires that sparked in Teton County last week are out, but the 0.14-acre Twin Creek Fire started Saturday in the Pinedale Ranger District of the Bridger-Teton National Forest.
PINEDALE — If a hunter posts self-congratulatory photos on Facebook with an elk, moose, wolf, badger or deer taken in a questionable hunt, a wildlife investigator might be calling one day.