Casper Star-Tribune article breaks the news of new record: a 242-mile mule deer migration in Wyoming

The longest recorded migratory mule deer herd in the world travels about a 150 miles from the Red Desert in southwest Wyoming to a place called the Hoback.

Discovered in 2012, the route garnered national attention and inspired countless discussions about its protection. It was an example of something infinitely impressive: the longest mule deer migration trekking unnoticed in Wyoming’s backyard.

Longest until now, anyway. Read the rest of the story in the Casper Star-Tribune.