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The Wildlife Subcommittee was formed in 2013 to sustain the health, diversity, and productivity of native and desirable non-native species across the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.


Co-Chair - Jim Wilder, Wildlife Biologist, Bridger-Teton National Forest,

Co-Chair - Joshua Hemenway, Wildlife Program Manager, Custer Gallatin National Forest,

Animal Trails: Rediscovering Grand Teton Migrations, co-produced by the University of Wyoming's Wyoming Migration Initiative and Grand Teton National Park, is a new wildlife documentary chronicling the large mammal migrations of Grand Teton National Park that released online November 8, 2023, showing how the park is biologically and culturally connected to distant habitats in Idaho and Wyoming. Learn more about the film here–>




Proceedings, Jackson Hole Chronic Wasting Disease Forum, December 7, 2016. The National Elk Refuge, along with State and Federal land and wildlife managers and other non-profit organizations, hosted a Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) forum on Wednesday, December 7, 2016.

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