Have you ever wondered how elk and other wildlife interact with campsites? UW Master’s student Courtney Garrity is investigating the current state of dispersed campsites at the Bridger-Teton National Forest as well as how elk and other wildlife interact with those campsites throughout the year. Read more about this Graduate Student Enhancement Grant awardee here.
Murder and Fishing
What could be cozier this time of year than snuggling up with a great read about fly fishing and murder? A conversation with the author could be! We invite you to listen again (or for the first time, if you missed it last spring) to award-winning author Keith McCafferty in conversation with BI Director Brent Ewers here.
The Subnivean World
Many animals hibernate in the winter, but many other kinds stay awake and alert under the snow. This secret world is described by former graduate student Kennan Oyen on a WyoBio minute.
Wyoming Native Tree and Shrub Walk
Join UW and Forest Service botanists to learn to recognize common trees and shrubs of the Laramie Range. Join us on January 30 at 10 am. Registration opens on January 10. More information is available here.
UW Film Festival Seeks Your Film
The Haub School is accepting films until January 15 for the inaugural Wild and Working Lands Film Festival. Several awards are available, including the Biodiversity Institute Conservation Award. For more information, visit http://www.uwyo.edu/haub/events/film-festival/
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