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Research related to changing migratory patterns in the Jackson Elk Herd will be featured in the August issue of the Journal of Wildlife Management, a publication that publishes original research contributing to wildlife science.
Refuge Manager Steve Kallin announced today the July dates for licensed bison hunters to apply for a National Elk Refuge bison permit for the 2015 season.
Two temporary exhibits will be on display next month at the visitor center. The public is invited to view the colorful exhibits, which celebrate Wyoming successes.
This is the second in a series of updates about a road and bridge enhancement project on the National Elk Refuge. The majority of the project is funded by the Federal Lands Transportation Program within the Federal Highways Administration. The work is being done in cooperation with Teton County, Wyoming, which obtained additional funding through a Federal Lands Access Program grant.
What’s good for the goose is good for the gander – but what if the bird in question is a curlew?
Manager Steve Kallin announced today the 2015 summer season schedule for public
facilities on the National Elk Refuge.
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