Wild Migrations: Atlas of Wyoming’s Ungulates
"Embedded in the wildlife are their migrations, more complex and variable, more deeply inserted into their lives, than most of us ever realized."But, happily, you don't have to wait any longer. Wild Migrations is now available in bookstores and online! Read on for details about how to get your copies, what's in the atlas, what it took to make it, and where you can find excerpts.
—from the foreword by Annie Proulx
What's in Wild Migrations?We were fortunate that novelist Annie Proulx, a long-time observer of Wyoming's landscapes, agreed to write the foreword to the book. She invites atlas readers to see Wyoming through the eyes of ungulates, and we're humbled by her glowing assessment of Wild Migrations.
In total, the atlas covers more than 70 topics including:
- Global migration ecology
- Wyoming's ungulates
- Archaeology and history of Wyoming migrations
- Current status of migratory game in Wyoming
- Challenges to migration, including energy development and highways
- Corridor conservation
- Wildlife crossing structures
Want a peek? We're sharing atlas excerpts.Follow us here:Take a sneak peek of pages from Wild Migrations. Or, view our Wild Migrations back story
Wild Migrations Back StoryCreating this book has been a collaborative journey. Starting in 2012, Wyoming Migration Initiative director Matt Kauffman reached out to the University of Oregon Geography Department and began developing this book. Oregon's InfoGraphics Lab cartographers Jim Meacham and Alethea Steingisser and their team are national leaders in their field, known for producing the landmark Atlas of Yellowstone.
At the University of Wyoming, the atlas authors include WMI cofounders and biologists Bill Rudd, Hall Sawyer, and Matt Kauffman. The text editor is Emilene Ostlind, editor of Western Confluence magazine for UWyo's Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources. Learn more >
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