How Do I Manage My Land to Help Mule Deer?


If you have the luck to own a little piece of Wyoming’s vast rangelands, you might be wondering how to support local wildlife on your property, particularly the antler bearing type. When managing for mule deer, it is good to first check-in with Wyoming Game and Fish Department habitat maps or your local biologist to determine what kind of habitat…

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The State of Wyoming’s Wild Sheep with Steve Kilpatrick

Steve Kilpatrick letting a captured and collared sheep go near Dubios

Steve Kilpatrick was a habitat biologist for over 30 years before becoming executive director of the Wyoming Wild Sheep Foundation. His experience with wild sheep, understanding Wyoming’s ecosystem, and the issues that plague wildlife and wild places in Wyoming make him incredibly valuable to conservation. That’s why WWF jumped at the opportunity to sit down with Steve and get the…

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Baldes & Bison: What the Return of Buffalo Means to Native Peoples

Bison in Yellowstone by Josh Metten Photography

An Eastern Shoshone who lives on the Wind River Reservation, Jason Baldes is the Tribal Buffalo Coordinator for the Tribal Partnerships Program at the National Wildlife Federation. He works to restore bison back to homelands of indigenous tribes, like his own, as a way to reconnect and celebrate cultural ways, as well as heal from the atrocities of the past…

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