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Bull Elks In Yellowstone National Park
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Agreement Protects Elk Route, Trout Streams Near Yellowstone

The conservation agreement includes 549 acres at the site of the former Mineral Hill Mine, which closed in 2001.

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Sage Grouse Conservation Changes Praised, Provoke Alarm

A document outlining the recommended changes was released Monday.

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Thunder Basin National Grassland,   Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture
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Stock Growers Land Trust Conserves Wyoming Ranchland

The ranch borders another ranch that the Stock Growers Land Trust had conserved earlier.

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Sage Grouse Not Listed as an Endangered Species [VIDEO]

The greater sage-grouse will not be listed for protection under the Endangered Species Act.  Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewel made the announcement in a video released Tuesday morning...

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Spring Creek Clean-Up Volunteer Project

The Nature Conservancy and Laramie Conservation District are looking for volunteers.

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Laramie Rivers Conservation Expo [Photo Gallery]

The Laramie Rivers Conservation Expo was held Saturday, March 8 at the Albany County Fairgrounds.

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Laramie Conservation Expo At Fairgrounds March 8

The Laramie Rivers Conservation District 9th annual Conservation Expo is set for March 8.

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UW Suspends Conservation Work Program

A University of Wyoming program that paid students to perform conservation work around the state during the summer months has been put on hold because of financial problems.

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Abdullahi Hussein Ali, a third-year doctoral student at UW, records data on a hirola carcass. As part of the demographic data collected on the species, Ali’s group recorded causes of mortality and drew conclusions of mortality rates of hirola in eastern Kenya. (Amos Kibara Photo)
Abdullahi Hussein Ali, a third-year doctoral student at UW, records data on a hirola carcass. As part of the demographic data collected on the species, Ali’s group recorded causes of mortality and drew conclusions of mortality rates of hirola in eastern Kenya. (Amos Kibara Photo)
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UW Doctoral Student Researches Rare Hirola Antelope

As a small boy growing up in eastern Kenya, Abdullahi Hussein Ali would sometimes glimpse hirola antelope in the wild. Today, he strives to make sure they can even be seen at all.

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