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The first grizzly relocation of 2022 occurred after a cattle-killing bear was taken to a new area in Shoshone National Forest near Yellowstone’s Northeast Entrance. After consultation with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department captured and relocated an adult male grizzly bear on Wednesday, May 4. The bear in…

W.Y.D.O.T. will begin over ten miles of road improvements between the East Entrance of Yellowstone National Park and the Fishhawk Trailhead on May 2. The 10.25 miles of US14/16/20 directly east of the East Entrance to Yellowstone National Park will receive pavement improvements and other work beginning May 2. The $5.4 million project will consist…

The Absaroka Fence Initiative made a significant impact during its first year, removing or improving 14 miles of fence and improving wildlife migrations. After its first full year of on-the-ground projects, the Absaroka Fence Initiative is looking back at the successes of 2021 with gratitude for its many partners and volunteers from the community. The…

Wyoming Game and Fish is hosting two meetings in Park County to discuss the management of two mule deer herds living in northwest Wyoming. Mule deer management is a top priority in Wyoming, especially with new migration initiatives and the persistent spread of chronic wasting disease. As biologists study and manage local herds, the public’s…

W.Y.D.O.T. prepares for its next Park County project – rehabilitating a section of highway running thru Shoshone National Forest to Yellowstone National Park. The Wyoming Department of Transportation is planning a Pavement Rehabilitation Project for Summer 2022. As a result, nearly 11 miles of the North Fork Highway will be repaved – along with other…

As winter recreation commences in N.W. Wyoming, everyone is advised to drive cautiously along the North and South Fork Highways to avoid wildlife collisions. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department reminds motorists traveling the North Fork (US14/16/20) and South Fork (WY 291) Highways near Cody to be cautious of wildlife on roadways during the winter…

Sleeping Giant Ski Area will not open on Dec. 17 – and has no definite opening date – as warm weather prevents new equipment from making enough snow. In a Dec. 14 press release, Sleeping Giant Ski Area announced the opening date for the 2021-2022 winter season, initially planned for Dec. 17, has been indefinitely…

Families can continue holiday traditions by spending Thanksgiving looking for this year’s perfect Christmas tree in Shoshone National Forest. Christmas tree permits for the Shoshone National Forest are now available to purchase – in person and online. One permit costs $8.00 and can be used for one tree up to 20 feet tall, although additional…

Sleeping Giant is building a better foundation of snow, thanks to the delivery of new machines that significantly upgrade the ski area’s quality and capacity. Nick Piazza, the owner of Sleeping Giant Ski Area and Zipline, is celebrating a big delivery. On Tuesday, Nov. 9, two new fan guns arrived in Cody. Soon, they will…

Public input is being sought in the future of vehicle use in Shoshone National Forest, before six years of work results in a new system of roads and trails. The Shoshone National Forest Travel Management Project Environmental Assessment (E.A.) was completed to analyze the physical, biological, social, and economic effects of the proposed changes to…


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