Each fall mule deer, elk, and pronghorn begin to move out of the high country of Western Wyoming in route to their winter range in the lowlands. ┬áThese routes have been recently discovered to span as much as 150+ miles. The book titled WILD MIGRATIONS: ATLAS OF WYOMING’S UNGULATES is now available to the public.

IN TOTAL, THE WILD MIGRATIONS ATLAS COVERS MORE THAN 70 TOPICS INCLUDING: (PER WYOMING MIGRATION INITIATIVE)
  • Global migration ecology
  • Wyoming’s ungulates
  • Archaeology and history of Wyoming migrations
  • Current status of the migratory game in Wyoming
  • Challenges to migration, including energy development and highways
  • Corridor conservation
  • Wildlife crossing structures

To learn more about this book and what the Wyoming Migration Initiative is about click here.

 

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