GYC, partners count carcasses to help wildlife

GYC, partners count carcasses to help wildlife

It was a brisk spring morning, and we’d gathered to walk Wyoming’s Highway 89/191 south of Jackson to survey how many deer had been hit by cars and killed during this last hard winter. Counting dead deer along the road isn’t for everyone, but it's a critical step towards our goal: Building underpasses so that wildlife can safely cross this busy highway.

GYC staff join the March for Science in Yellowstone

GYC staff join the March for Science in Yellowstone

Although Old Faithful’s eruptions remain consistent, America's support for funding scientific research is wavering. That's why I went to Old Faithful on Saturday, to table at the March for Science in the park. More than 100 people showed up -- including nearly 30 students from Minnesota who'd taken a bus here just for this event.