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JACKSON, Wyo. — Atop a high ridge in the Teton Wilderness a bevy of smokejumpers is laboring to replace a wall of the Huckleberry Fire Lookout.
JACKSON, Wyo. — Biologists looking for the elusive fisher, a large cousin of the weasel, have come up empty-handed in the Wyoming neck of the Northern Rockies.
JACKSON, Wyo. — In the days before he was killed by wildlife managers, the cub of famous Teton grizzly 399 was doing what his mother taught him to do: kill easy-to-catch ungulates.
JACKSON — After nearly two decades of fence removal projects all around Jackson Hole, volunteers are almost running out of historic barbed-wired fence to take out.
JACKSON — Sam Emmett is a veteran "90-day wonder." In her third summer in Jackson, Emmett works at Jackson Trading Company, lives alongside her co-workers and will depart town before the leaves turn to start her junior year at Utah State University.
JACKSON, Wyo. — Wyoming's first-ever regulated wolf hunt — slated to kick off in about two months — probably won't reduce the intensity of a wolf-reduction program now run by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.