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Art lovers have several programs to choose from at the Refuge this month, coinciding with Jackson's 2016 Fall Arts Festival.
Teton Interagency Fire managers are concerned about dry vegetation in western Wyoming due to severe drought and the potential threat of wildfire.
Most visitors to the historic Miller House come to hear stories. Last month, the roles flipped when a special guest came for a visit.
The Refuge will be participating in the Greater Yellowstone Coordinating Committee's Weed Action Days this week, a project targeting invasive weeds along the Gros Ventre River corridor.
The National Elk Refuge will be celebrating the Migratory Bird Treaty Centennial next month, offering programs to recognize the 100-year mark since the signing of the foundational treaty that launched international conservation efforts for migratory birds.
Refuge Manager Steve Kallin announced that Teton County, Wyoming has received $373,320 from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for the Fiscal Year 2015 revenue sharing allotment.
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Elk aren't the only species of wildlife you may see on the National Elk Refuge.