P.C.: SNS Guide Jim Bernardin.
In a decision that should come as a welcome relief to hunters, the United States Court of Appeals has finally removed Wyoming’s wolves from federal protection under the Endangered Species Act (ESA). Wolf management is now in the hands of the state.
This year in Wyoming, much of the talk has been about severe winter conditions at high elevations in the western part of the state. But while certain areas in the high country have received heavy snow, it’s a far different story over on the eastern flank of the Rockies and across the plains.
Amid the buzz about a rough winter for high country mule deer, we are currently anticipating one of our best years for antelope in recent history[...]
This week we’d like to feature one of our specific hunting camps and provide a virtual tour around this beautiful location in northeast Wyoming. Sometimes known as “Camp Envy” for its amenities, it’s also known as Hunt #2 if you refer to our website or the printed brochure. Most importantly, this camp[...]
As western states continue to accumulate snowpack in the high country, there has been a great deal of buzz about threatening winter conditions for wildlife. Over the past couple of weeks, we’ve received many questions from clients about our winter conditions here in Wyoming and how that’s impacting wildlife. Here’s a quick update.