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. These 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.