Explore more about beavers and mountain men with vocabulary, activities, videos, and a Yellowstone National Park history timeline.
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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.
Explore more about Wyoming’s public lands with additional activities and links related to Yellowstone National Park, geology, and mule deer.
Over half of the state of Wyoming is owned publicly by the federal or state governments. Molly Stanton, Hannah Bertalot, and Sunday Schuh explore why public lands are important to the people of Wyoming, and the rest of the country.
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.
Seven-year-old Beatrice O’Toole and ten-year-old Keller Dehmel join forces to tell the audience about two reasons Wyoming has a high rate of tourism. In doing so, they share some of their favorite things about the state where they live: snow and Old Faithful.