JACKSON, Wyo. — Protecting a recently discovered mule deer migration corridor in western Wyoming will require cooperation among a host of government agencies and private landowners, wildlife researchers said.
Nothing stirs in the Red Desert before sunrise. There is no wind. There are no people to talk or laugh; no machines to whir or hum. Through the darkness, one can vaguely make out the sand dunes. They look like black waves, sometimes climbing 100 feet into the sky, rolling across the land.
GREEN RIVER, Wyo. - State and federal wildlife researchers are undertaking a study of pronghorn antelope in south-central Wyoming.
CASPER, Wyo. — State lawmakers bristled Thursday at a proposal to increase environmental protections in parts of the Red Desert, expressing concerns that it would hinder oil and gas development and harm the state economy.
CASPER — Some conservation groups want more environmental protections before a large drilling project in Wyoming's Red Desert is developed.
CASPER, Wyo. — A district judge has denied a Wyoming conservation group's request to stop construction work on a Red Desert uranium project, saying much of the work has already been done.
CASPER, Wyo. — The federal Bureau of Land Management will allow nearly two extra months for the public to comment on a large drilling project expansion in Wyoming’s Red Desert.
CASPER, Wyo. — A group of more than 20 natural gas operators is looking to drill 9,000 new wells in Wyoming's Red Desert.
Wild horses traverse the Red Desert area of central Sweetwater County in November 2008. The BLM and the Wyoming Honor Farm are holding a wild horse and burro adoption this weekend in Riverton.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — A company is proposing what would be the first in-situ uranium mine in southern Wyoming, a roughly 150-acre site where hundreds of wells would pump uranium solution from the ground in a remote corner of the Red Desert.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. -- The Wyoming Bureau of Land Management has waved off a request by the Interior Department to list public lands in the state for possible wilderness protection.
LARAMIE, Wyo. — A few weeks ago, Mark Pedri was riding a Schwinn bicycle 701 miles along Wyoming’s back roads, towing a trailer loaded with camera equipment.
CASPER, Wyo. — Plans for about 40 miles of fencing and future water wells and troughs on the Green Mountain Grazing Allotment came to a halt following a judge’s decision on Aug. 5.
CODY, Wyo. — Ten conservation groups have identified 51 recommended wilderness areas across Wyoming worthy of protection and are asking the Bureau of Land Management to consider passing them on to Washington for consideration.
This summer there are plenty of opportunities to explore and enjoy the region. Foremost are the unique hiking trips that the Wyoming Wilderness Association is offering starting May 22 and ending Sept. 25.
CODY, Wyo. — If the desert was good enough for Jesus, Moses and the Essenes, the Rev. Warren Murphy believes, then it’s good for Wyoming.
The Rev. Warren Murphy, who helped spark a faith-based approach to conservation in Wyoming by founding On Sacred Ground, enjoys the solitude and splendor of Sheep Mountain, west of Cody.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Starting in July, the state of Wyoming will lose one of its primary tools for preserving lands: labeling them as “very rare or uncommon.”
RAWLINS, Wyo. — Officials believe a spark from a water pump ignited a fire at a plant that treats water used in oil and gas drilling about 15 miles west of Rawlins.
GREEN RIVER, Wyo. — Federal officials have begun the paperwork for a proposed roundup this summer to gather excess wild horses in the Great Divide Basin area of western Wyoming.