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For thousands of years ungulates have migrated between seasonal ranges in the vast and beautiful landscapes of Wyoming. From mule deer and pronghorn that travel across the Red Desert to the wilderness journeys of elk and moose in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, Wyoming boasts some of the longest and most spectacular migrations in North America. These epic, terrestrial migrations are to many a symbol of Wyoming’s vast intact landscapes. And although these migrations are part of the region’s cultural heritage, they are poorly understood and threatened by rapidly changing landscapes. Recent research at the University of Wyoming has broken new ground in our understanding of Wyoming’s ungulate
Rudd, Bill and Kauffman, Matt
"Atlas of Wildlife Migration: Wyoming's Ungulates,"
University of Wyoming National Park Service Research Center Annual Report: Vol. 38
, Article 23.
Available at: http://repository.uwyo.edu/uwnpsrc_reports/vol38/iss1/23