Past Projects

Migration Viewer

Migration Database and viewer

This project gives agencies, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), and the public the ability to explore movement data behind Wyoming’s diverse ungulate migrations and, where appropriate, incorporate this information into their work. This is the first time that GPS collar studies conducted in Wyoming have been centralized in a consistent, readily accessible, database and online viewer.
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Elk migrating

Elk Migrations of the Greater Yellowstone

Each spring in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem (GYE), thousands of elk in 6-8 populations migrate from winter ranges in Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho, to summer ranges inside Yellowstone National Park. And yet, our understanding and management of the GYE elk migrations remains fragmentary. This project aims to “rediscover” these elk migrations as a singular, trans-boundary phenomenon operating at the scale of the entire GYE.
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