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Pronghorn Antelope on the prairie of Wyoming’s Red Rim Wildlife Management Area (Photo Credit Evan Reimondo)

Portraits of the Real Wyoming

7/1/2014 // By Guest Author

Guest Post by 2013 NWF Fellow, Evan Reimondo Last spring, I was honored to be designated a 2013 Emerging Leader Fellow by the National Wildlife Federation. I don’t know whether they realized just how overly-ambitious my project proposal was at […] Read more >

Black bear at Devil's Den, Wyoming

Photo of the Day: Grazing Black Bear

9/25/2012 // By Rachel Stemen

Black bear munching on grass in Calcite Springs near Devils Den, Wyoming   Photo by Flickr member Darlene Bushue See more of Darlene Bushue’s photos on Flickr >> Read more >

Bison, Lamar Valley, WY

Photo of the Day: Single File, Please

8/23/2012 // By Rachel Stemen

Herd of bison reflected in a seasonal pool near Buffalo Ford, Wyoming Photo by Flickr member Darlene Bushue See more of Darlene Bushue’s photos on Flickr >> Your Photo Could Be Here We want one of your nature photos to […] Read more >

View from Devil Canyon Overlook in Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area, Montana and Wyoming

Photo of the Day: Bighorn Canyon

4/19/2012 // By Rachel Stemen

Photography Tips Professional photographer Rob Sheppard offers 7 tips for taking better nature photos. This Photo of the Day was donated by a participant in the annual National Wildlife Photo Contest. See more photos or sign up for the 42nd […] Read more >

An Orca breaches near Washington State's San Juan Islands (photo: TheGirlsNY/flickr.com)

Protect the Northwest’s Endangered Orcas from Dirty Coal

1/27/2012 // By Peter LaFontaine

Coal exports threaten the health of people and wildlife in the Pacific Northwest. Speak up now to protect Orcas and other endangered species. Read more >

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Help Halt Drilling on Crucial Moose Habitat

1/21/2011 // By Megan Blevins

If you’ve never had the chance to venture out west to Yellowstone National Park, let me describe a scene for you: mountains covered by lodgepole pines, a place where rivers cut deep canyons across the land and quiet mornings interrupted […] Read more >

Let’s Go Slow on Oil Shale

6/15/2009 // By Lisa Eadens

Underneath a 1,300 square mile area along the T-shaped border of Colorado, Utah and Wyoming lies more estimated oil–in the form of oil shale–than all the oil in of Saudi Arabia. It seems perfect that we have all the oil […] Read more >

Video: What’s Happening To Our Public Lands

10/15/2008 // By Shreema Mehta

We can read report after report on how dirty energy development threatens wildlife across the West–but sometimes it helps to see it for ourselves. That’s why I want to encourage you to check out these new short videos from National […] Read more >