Explore more about the importance of diversity in Wyoming.
Everyone (even kids!) can do all kinds of things to help keep animals safe. On this episode, we learn from two experts about how humans are impacting animals. Scarlett Fessler and Easton Burcham talk to Arthur Middleton, a professor of wildlife management, about migration–and about how people can help or hurt the chances of different migrating animals. Then, Peter Mayer and Ella Eggers talk to Melissa Hill, the director of the Raptor Program at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West, about raptors, common bird injuries, and what people can do to help raptors stay safe.
Kids Ask Why is back! This season the podcast is following a 4th and 5th grade class from the Kelly School in Teton County, Wyoming.
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 trout with vocabulary, fish identification charts, trout life cycle diagrams, bug charts, and an aquatic ecosystem video.
Joshua Burckhardt and Niko Skoric are located at Trout Creek in Niko’s backyard learning about one of their favorite activities–fishing.
Kids Ask WhY Season 1: Why Is Wyoming Special? Coming October 6.