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University of Wyoming Biodiversity Institute Director Carlos Martinez del Rio, here doing mass spectrometer work in UW's stable isotope facility, is one of the authors of an article promoting natural history in the latest issue of the journal BioScience. (UW Photo)
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UW Director Co-Authors Article Making the Case Natural History

A UW director is one of the co-authors of an article in a prestigious scholarly journal making the case for the study of natural history.

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Flooding in Big Horn County, March
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Flooding Concerns With Wyoming’s Spring Thaw

Wyoming is facing above-normal snowpack across the state, which could lead to dangers from flooding this spring.

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Snowmobiles in Yellowstone
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Snowmobilers Found Safe

Authorities say five snowmobilers who went missing in northern Wyoming's Bighorn Mountains have been found safe.

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Bull Elk
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Elk Find Adequate Forage at Refuge

Biologists say forage conditions at the National Elk Refuge remain good enough that supplemental feeding of elk and bison isn't required yet this winter.

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Registration Open For Hunter Education Classes

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is reminding the public that registration is open now for hunter education classes.

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New “Super Tag” Raffles Offered

A new raffle will allow hunters in Wyoming to draw tags for any of 10 species in the hunt area of their choice.

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Pheasant Licenses Remain at Glendo, Springer Hunts

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department says there are still some openings available for special pheasant hunts at Springer and Glendo.

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Donation to Help Meeboer Lake

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department says a donation by Trout Unlimited should help the fish population in a small lake west of Laramie.

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Bridger-Teton National Forest
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Land Added to Bridger-Teton National Forest

The Bridger-Teton National Forest has grown by 37 acres thanks to the Jackson Hole Land Trust and The Conservation Fund.

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Jackson Pronghorn Numbers Strong for Second Year

Biologists are reporting a second straight year of near record numbers of pronghorn antelope in Jackson Hole.

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