In his first episode, host Governor Mark Gordon, director of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department Brian Nesvik, and Muley Fanatic Foundation founder Joshua Coursey discuss how winter weather impacts wildlife.
Wyoming is definitely known for its unique wildlife that roam throughout several areas of the state. They are a big part of what makes up the amazing scenery and backdrop for the Cowboy States that we sometimes take for granted. But there's also times when they make it impossible to look away.
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...
I love pronghorn and I love math so I have no idea how this escaped me for so long. Wait. OK, so maybe I don't love math, but I do love pronghorn. There's a video that is math that could only happen in Wyoming. It's 47 pronghorn crossing an overpass in 90 seconds.
In Casper, you have to try hard to NOT see pronghorn. It's not nearly as common for the rest of America not named Wyoming. This video was a reminder when hundreds of pronghorn took over a trail cam near a fence.