Ernest Hemingway’s Letters On Wyoming’s Sage Grouse

Historic Wyoming Sage-Grouse Photo

Images abound of Ernest Hemingway holding rooster pheasants and ducks. He speaks of hunting Hungarian partridge and jacksnipe in Idaho, quail in Arkansas, and even grouse in Michigan. But there is another bird. One that escapes the headlines and paparazzi photos. It is mostly shared in letters to family and friends…I speak of Hemingway’s hunting for the iconic sage grouse…

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Our Lands, Our Wildlife, Our Waters | Southwest Wyoming’s Best

South Rock Springs Area

I am a Wyoming woman. I was born and raised in southwest Wyoming where I have had the privilege of hunting, fishing, and recreating with my dad in some of the most beautiful, rugged, and open landscapes in the state. These special areas include the Greater Little Mountain Area, Red Desert, Big Sandy, and the ever-moving sand dunes. These lands…

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