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NER Commemorates Women’s History Month

March 2, 2018

The National Elk Refuge will commemorate the vital role of women in American conservation during the month of March, nationally designated as Women’s History Month. Refuge winter naturalists have created several displays for the Jackson …

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Cody Cutthroat Trout Collaborative Continues

 A Colorado River cutthroat trout being released. Photo by Mark Gocke, WGFD

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s Cody Cutthroat Trout Collaborative continues with a second round of meetings scheduled in early March. The Cody Cutthroat Trout Collaborative is a collaborative partnership between the public and Game …

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Chambers Takes Another Shot

Jessica Chambers announced Saturday at the Teton County Democratic Party Convention that she will again run for a seat on the Jackson Town Council. Chambers’ run for Town Council in 2016 was stopped short in …

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Lesser Long-nosed Bat Has Recovered

April 22, 2018

A charismatic, winged pollinator responsible for helping produce tequila is making a comeback despite tough odds thanks to a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service-led three-decade partnership. Although many bat species in North America today are …

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