Mark Thonhoff, a wildlife biologist in the BLM Pinedale Field Office, discusses this recently discovered 150 mile migration, and the role of the BLM in preserving the corridor.This migration route was identified as part of the Wyoming Migration Initiative, a large-scale effort to identify and map ungulate migrations in the state and use the science to influence land use planning, educate the public, and more. RMEF is funding both the science and the distribution of information as well as a contribution for the exhibit at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West in Cody.
ALPS OutdoorZ Award-Winning Elite Backcountry Pack System
ALPS OutdoorZ Award-Winning Elite Backcountry Pack System NEW HAVEN, Mo. – ALPS OutdoorZ, premiere manufacturer of rugged hunting packs and gear for big-game hunters has [...]
Jalapeño Sausage Gravy Chef Eduardo Garcia
SAUSAGE INGREDIENTS (15 LBS YIELD) 10 lbs Elk shoulder, trimmed, cut into 2-3 inch pieces 5 lbs Pork shoulder, trimmed, cut into 2-3 inch pieces [...]
BISON MEATBALL SUB WITH SPICY TOMATO SAUCE & FRIED ONIONS
I’ve always loved meatballs especially meatball subs, but they can be so dry and tasteless so I wanted to set out to create the most [...]