Imagine what you would do in this situation. You're a deer (I realize that's a reach) and you're being chased by a coyote. What do you do? If you're in Yellowstone National Park, you hide in a nearby bison herd which is exactly what just happened as a new video shows.
This may be one of my favorite wildlife posts within at least the last few days. We're lucky to live near the wildlife in Wyoming, so there's really never a shortage of great videos of wildlife that will make you smile.
Wyoming really does have the best wildlife! As we head into another weekend, the final weekend before Thanksgiving, it leaves a lot of us with just a few days of work before the long holiday weekend. This deer in Wyoming knows exactly how all of us feel as we break out of work.
With fall finally arriving and the weather cooling down, it is the best time to find the many animals that Wyoming has to offer. From elk to owls to prairie dogs, there are several areas around Laramie where you and your family can go and look for these creatures from a distance...
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has recently released its hunting forecast for the Laramie Region.
Grassland herds in the north and east, including Iron Mountain (Hunt Area 38), Meadowdale (Hunt Area 11), Hawk Springs (Hunt Area 34), and Dwyer (Hunt Area 103) have declined over the past four years...
A group of University of Wyoming researchers presents evidence that chronic wasting disease is driving evolution in mule deer.
Holly Ernest, a UW professor of wildlife genomics and disease ecology, was part of a research group that examined a single genetic mutation that is tied to the progression of chronic wasting disease in mule deer.