Explore more about Wyoming’s open spaces that are made up of federal, state and private land. Learn why open spaces are valuable to both the wildlife and people living in Wyoming.
Explore more about why Wyoming is known as the Equality State. Learn about suffrage, Nellie Tayloe Ross, and the first woman governor of Wyoming, Liz Byrd.
Explore more about one of Wyoming’s iconic animals–bears. Also, learn more about a special place in Wyoming called Heart Mountain.
Explore more about beavers and mountain men with vocabulary, activities, videos, and a Yellowstone National Park history timeline.
Explore more about trout with vocabulary, fish identification charts, trout life cycle diagrams, bug charts, and an aquatic ecosystem video.
Explore more about Wyoming’s public lands with additional activities and links related to Yellowstone National Park, geology, and mule deer.
Explore more with activities and links about seven-year-old Beatrice O’Toole and ten-year-old Keller Dehmel’s favorite things about Wyoming: snow and Old Faithful.