Deep Migrations: Lost, altered, and conserved big game corridors in Wyoming
Each step that an elk, mule deer or pronghorn takes during its migration leaves a mark on the land. The tracks may be ephemeral, but together they become corridors that are passed down from generation to generation. These ancestral trails sometimes endure in the collective memory of herds for millennia. This interdisciplinary book and exhibit examines the roots of Wyoming’s ungulate migrations through essays and photography. The contributors began by looking at migration corridor data cooperatively gathered by the Wyoming Game & Fish Dept., the Wyoming Migration Initiative, and the United States ...
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