Wildlife Viewing

Wildlife Viewing

Wyoming is home to an amazing array of wildlife with more than 100 mammal species and 400 species of birds. In our national and state parks, national forests and national wilderness areas, you can see Wyoming's wild residents year-round. Moose, mule deer, elk, pronghorn and our state mammal, the bison, can be found in every corner of the Cowboy State. You can bird watch in national parks, wildlife refuges, and Audubon centers around the state. Narrow your search of how to best view Wyoming's wildlife below or check in here for 10 Places to Spot Wyoming Wildlife

Remember to observe from a distance. For the safety of both animals and people. stay at least 100 yards away from bears and wolves and 25 yards away from all other wildlife. If an animal seems nervous or changes its behavior at your presence, back away. 

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