Boo a Wyoming livestock guardian dog
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Retired At One: The Story of Boo

I could hear the livestock guardian dogs raising hell that morning a little over a year ago when I stepped outside to begin to check how all the animals had faired during the night. Keep Reading

Wyoming Meteorologist Don Day
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Five Questions With… Meteorologist Don Day

Wyoming meteorologist Don Day accurately predicted our cold, snowy spring and late-starting summer. Is this the first time a meteorologist got everything right? Can he do it again for the next 90 days? Is he a modern-day Nostradamus? If so, let's bet on the Super Bowl while the odds are good. Keep Reading

1838 Mountain Man Rendezvous
Re-enactors from the 1838 Mountain Man Rendezvous walk through Riverton in the event’s annual parade. The event’s opening ceremonies will be held Wednesday and will run through Saturday. (Photo courtesy of the 1838 Mountain Man Rendezvous)
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Visit Riverton for Mountain Man Rendezvous at real rendezvous site

The beaver fur trade may be long gone, but there’s still a way to get a glimpse of how things looked when the fur trappers and mountain men of the mid-1800s got together. Keep Reading

USDA Wildlife Services
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Why a Federal Agency Kills Millions of Animals

Within the last week Wyoming Wildlife Advocates has been busily posting on social media about USDA Wildlife Services, including this statement: “Wildlife Services kills millions of animals in the U.S. each year for no purpose.” Keep Reading

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