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November 19, 2014

New Film: Wyoming’s Big Game Migrations and 50 Years of Wilderness
 

Dear Friends of the Wyoming Migration Initiative,
 
This year marks the 50th anniversary of our nation's Wilderness Act and the 30th anniversary of the Wyoming Wilderness Act. The designated wilderness areas created throughout Wyoming by these acts protect wildlife habitats from development and ensure the availability of resources at crucial times in the annual life cycle of migratory ungulates.
 
Last summer, while working on our Atlas project, we had the idea to combine maps of Wyoming wilderness with maps of long-distance migrations. Working with our cartographic team, we sought to connect people's experience in wilderness areas with our new information about the migratory big game that also journey into such areas. We found that nearly all of the migratory big game in Wyoming move through wilderness areas at some point during their seasonal migrations.
 
To allow the public to see where designated wilderness and Wyoming's long-distance migrations sit on the map, we partnered with UW's Biodiversity Institute to produce a short film titled “Wyoming’s Big Game Migrations and 50 Years of Wilderness." The film tells a bit of the history of the Wilderness Act and the Wyoming Wilderness Act and shows where wilderness areas are located throughout the state, how animals migrate through these areas, and what wilderness means for the conservation of Wyoming's migratory ungulates.
 
The maps are the heart of this film, and for that we are grateful for the continued hard work of our partners at the InfoGraphics Lab at the University of Oregon, led by chief cartographer Jim Meacham. Cartographic ninjas Alethea Steingisser and Lauren Tierney did the heavy lifting on the maps. In the film, these maps are animated and bookended by the videography of Joe Riis, intrepid wildlife photographer and long-time friend of the WMI.

Today we are releasing the film on the Biodiversity Institute's Vimeo site. You can view it at https://vimeo.com/112181503. The University of Wyoming has also put out a press release.


 
The film is also being highlighted, and will be released later today, in the National Geographic Short Film Showcase.
 
Of course, you can also find the film and a lot of other information about Wyoming's migratory ungulates at migrationinitiative.org.



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March 22, 2014 - Flaming Gorge Banquet (Washam, Wyoming)

April 12, 2014 - Kemmerer Banquet (Kemmerer, Wyoming)

May 10, 2014 - Denver Banquet (Denver, Colorado)

May 17, 2014 - Laramie Spring Fling (Laramie, Wyoming)

November15, 2014 - Southeast Wyoming Banquet (Cheyenne, Wyoming)

December 13, 2014 - Cowboy Christmas Ball (Green River, Wyoming) (DRAWING FOR THE BUCK FEVER RAFFLE)

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Mule deer populations are continuously diminishing in Wyoming and througout the west due to poor habitat and an increase in predators. With the help of Muley Fanatic Foundation and other conservation groups, many mule deer projects are being funded. Muley Fanatic Foundation only in it's 3rd year established, has currently allocated over $600,000 in mule deer habitat, predator controls, youth education, and research projects.