The South Fork near Cody, Wyoming is the edge of one of the best migratory landscapes left in America. The valley is still home to all of the species that were here when mountain man John Colter came through in 1807. People have been hunting here for at least 8,000 years.
You've got to see these photos of mule deer on winter range near Yellowstone! The South Fork near Cody, Wyoming is the...Posted by Wyoming Migration Initiative on Tuesday, November 22, 2016