Just like us, Wyoming animals prepare for winter weather. With more than 98,000 squares miles of terrain and one person per every 111 acres, it’s not a surprise that Wyoming is one of the best wildlife-watching destinations in North America. And although winter and snow comes, many of the species are active throughout the winter.
Home to more than 100 mammal species and 400 species of birds, Wyoming’s wild residents include bison, mountain lions, wolverines, bobcats, grizzly bears, black bears, elk, moose, deer and pronghorn antelope, as well as wild horses. Many of Wyoming’s wildlife reside in the state and national parks, national forests, national wilderness areas and wildlife refuges.
The Big Horn Basin is home to an impressive count of Wyoming’s wildlife and we can tell you all about them.
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November 1, 2020