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More people than ever visited Jackson Hole in late May and early June, and those who spent their stay camping were pretty crummy about extinguishing their fires.

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A hiker who set out alone outside the Mammoth Hot Springs area on Friday morning was badly injured in an encounter with a grizzly bear.

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An every-other-year confab that convenes scientists and wildlife enthusiasts to learn about research and conservation efforts aiding animals in northwest Wyoming is going live this Wednesday.

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A skinny snowpack and slow melt that’s being blunted by cool temperatures and historically dry soil has hydrologists and water managers forecasting a light runoff year in Jackson Hole.

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The spate of infractions law enforcement officers typically encounter during the annual opening of antler hunting season — mostly trespass and people jumping the gun — mostly vaporized this year.

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If the weather holds and allows for it, Yellowstone National Park will open its East Entrance at 8 a.m. Friday, allowing access to and from Cody.

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The Bridger-Teton National Forest has proposed a suite of projects for its trail crews to tackle during the summer of 2021, including reroutes, some heavy maintenance and one all-new system route.

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National Elk Refuge officials say they’re working to rectify rampant disregard for the seasonal closure of the multi-use pathway that parallels Highway 89 and the refuge fence.

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Jackson Hole Airport Board President John Eastman showed Tony Chambers a map of where he said he’d fly his helicopter alongside overlain lines that displayed where he actually flew.

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CHEYENNE — On the final Friday of the 2021 Legislative Session, members of the Joint Agriculture Committee met to map out goals for the coming months. Talk turned to state forest health, concerns about trespass law and worries about thousands of wild horses inhabiting the western reaches of …

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Federal scientists who track grizzly bears in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem are revising a key criterion that underlies how they count bears, with the effect being a 34% to 43% jump in the population estimate.

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Thousands of times a year, motorists inadvertently smash into Wyoming wildlife like mule deer, elk and pronghorn antelope, littering highway right-of-ways with carcasses that sometimes include dozens or hundreds of pounds of fresh, lean, edible meat.

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The National Elk Refuge’s big rigs will spew out alfalfa pellets for the last time in 2021 on Monday, marking the end of a feeding season that has been abridged by about two weeks to meet management goals.

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The cost of a day of fishing in Yellowstone National Park is more than doubling this year, partly to direct needed funds toward removing non-native lake trout and control the spread of aquatic invasive species.

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Legislation authorizing Wyoming to sell a square mile of its land along the east boundary of Grand Teton National Park to the federal government is progressing through the state Legislature.

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A federal program intended to improve access to public lands has granted $300,000 to study transportation, access points and wildlife-vehicle collisions on Teton Pass.

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Efforts to allow a heli-skiing business to drop skiers high in the Centennial Mountains west of Yellowstone are not getting off the ground, as the Caribou-Targhee National Forest is no longer entertaining the idea.

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Aggressive efforts to hunt the Teton Range’s nonnative mountain goat population out of existence are having the desired effect: As few as 29 animals remain.