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.
Molly Buckles and Sam Obrecht love Wyoming because of the open spaces that are made up of federal, state and private land.
Explore more about one of Wyoming’s iconic animals–bears. Also, learn more about a special place in Wyoming called Heart Mountain.
Charlotte Quick and David Buckles learn about one of Wyoming’s iconic animals–bears and later in the episode they explore 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.
Madison Burckhardt and Breann Berg learn how beavers and mountain men are linked in history. Madison interviews biologist, Jerry Altermatt about how beavers influence the environment and why they sometimes have to be moved. Breann interviews Clay Landry, fur trade historian, to discuss her favorite mountain man, John Colter, and his adventures in the Yellowstone region.
Kids Ask WhY Season 1: Why Is Wyoming Special? Coming October 6.