Migrations

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Yellowstone Pronghorns: Don’t Fence Them In

Posted on 01/17/2019

Locals call them “speed goats.” Now you see them, now you don’t. In a minute, they can be a mile gone. Pronghorns are the fastest land mammals in North America, capable of impressive speed and endurance. They can sprint away from predators at 60 miles per hour, and keep running for miles at speeds of […]

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Our Utah Family Playground

Posted on 01/09/2019

My husband and I met in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, in the 1980s—a spectacular place to have landed between college and career. We were there at a time when one job and one roommate was all twenty-somethings needed in order to live well (now it’s two and three respectively), and life was fun and carefree. “Off […]

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Spring or Fall: When's the Best Time to Visit Yosemite?

Posted on 01/04/2019

Yosemite National Park is one of America’s most beloved natural treasures. Magnificent sequoias stretch endlessly overhead, shadowed only by the park’s iconic granite monoliths, Half Dome and El Capitan. Yosemite is also one of the country’s most popular national parks, which means it’s no stranger to seasonal crowds — between 3.5 to 4 million travelers […]

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