Buffalo Bill Center Of The West
Scouts Along the Teton River, 1855, is an oil on canvas painted by John Mix Stanley. The work was apparently composed from an earlier study.
Two fires may have whittled down the remaining works of 19th century artist John Mix Stanley to only a few, yet one small oil painting now hanging in Cody, Wyo., glows like a coal heated from within.
This rare John Mix Stanley painting from 1855, Untitled Teton Valley Scene, now hangs in the Buffalo Bill Center of the West, in Cody, Wyo. It's purchase was funded by the William E. Weiss Memorial Fund and Lakeside Foundation.
A World War II hero’s target pistol, given to him by actor Gary Cooper, is on display at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West’s Cody Firearms Museum in Cody, Wyo.
The Buffalo Bill Center of the West’s Draper Natural History Museum and the Greater Yellowstone Coalition are partnering to offer a series of summer evening programs that focus on some of the region’s iconic wildlife.
A hundred shooters will make their way to Cody, Wyo., August 7-9 for the Buffalo Bill Center of the West’s 21st annual Buffalo Bill Invitational Shootout.
On Friday the Buffalo Bill Center of the West will celebrate the third birthday of Suli, the turkey vulture, at 11 a.m. The party is free with admission.
Placing photographs of more than 20,000 items from the Buffalo Bill Center of the West’s artifact collection onto the museum’s website was a lot of work for Seth Johnson.
This intricately beaded trucker's hat is one of technology technician Seth Johnson's favorites from the center's collection.
This 118-inch high, 337-inch long poster was created for an 1887 show in front of Queen Victoria in London.
This buckskin shirt adorned with beading, human hair bundles and porcupine quills belonged to the Sioux chief Red Cloud. It is one of the more than 20,000 photographs available on the Buffalo Bill Center of the West’s collections website.
President Abraham Lincoln’s head adorns a 1863 breech-loading percussion rifle’s hammer.
There’s a cool way to train your brain for a trip to the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem — stop by the Buffalo Bill Center of the West in Cody, Wyo.
Middle school students have an opportunity to explore nature this summer through three two-day field trips offered by the Buffalo Bill Center of the West.
Three adventures are planned for middle-school-aged students this summer by the Buffalo Bill Center of the West in Cody, Wyo.
National Geographic photographer Joe Riis will share insights from what he calls his favorite field experience to date, the Grand Teton National Park pronghorn migration in western Wyoming, at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West in Cody, Wyo., on Thursday and Friday.
National Geographic photographer Joe Riis will be speaking in Cody, Wyo., on Thursday and Friday about his work which is now on display at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West.
Staff from the Draper Natural History Museum will join the roster of presenters offering guided field trips, interactive programs and seminars for the Spring into Yellowstone Birding and Wildlife Festival May 14-18 in Cody, Wyo.
Long-term drought, energy development, residential development and expanding predator populations are challenging Wyoming’s migratory ungulates.