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  • A golden eagle soars into a bright blue sky in the foreground. A man stands in a grassy field in the foreground with his arms outstretched, having just released the raptor.
    Teton Raptor Center
    While bald eagles are one of the biggest conservation success stories in the United States, golden eagle populations continue to struggle in the West as they face increasing threats from energy development, lead poisoning, and habitat loss. Wyoming is a key nesting area for the species – which is where a new, free online tool called RaptorMapper comes into play.
  • Wyoming State Parks
    A dazzling night sky filled with bright stars has long been a source of wonder and inspiration – and Sinks Canyon State Park wants to do its part to keep Wyoming’s dark skies dark. After a three-year application process, the park outside of Lander became the state’s first International Dark Sky Park through DarkSky International, an organization that raises awareness about light pollution. The designation recognizes the work the park has done to protect this often overlooked resource.