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Feral Or Wild, Horses Destroy Habitat

“Whether the mustangs are wild or feral is a matter of debate. In general terms, animals are considered wild if they’re native to the landscape and untamed. The term “feral” refers to animals that aren’t native to the landscape – those that have escaped captivity or been abandoned to live …

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Save the Elk Herds! – Wyoming Receives $6 Million for Elk

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 10, 2022 MEDIA NOTE: For more information, including a high resolution image, contact Mark Holyoak, RMEF, 406-523-3481 or mholyoak@rmef.org This news release is also posted here. Wyoming Receives $6 Million for Elk Habitat, Research, Public Access Work MISSOULA, Mont. — The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and its partners allocated …

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WildFire Update 2022

If you pay attention to the news, which I wouldn’t recommend, you’d think the entire western U.S. is on fire, raging out of control, flames reaching to the sky, burning up vast swaths of landscape. Well, let’s take a closer look since hunting season is right around the corner and …

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Sage Grouse Management Marches On!

Sage Grouse are an icon of the West and unless you’ve been sleeping under a rock the past few years you know that states like Wyoming, the energy industry, game and fish departments (both state and federal) and groups like the Audubon Society have been going full court press to …

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