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Wyoming's Wildlife

A Changing view of Wildlife

Many early beaver trappers left their moccasin tracks where you
now stand. In the early part of the 19th century, from this location,
the view of wildlife and wildlands was very different from what
we see today. Nature's sights and sounds are still here, but not
without the evidence of humans. Humans and wildlife occupy the
same early. Native Americans remind modern man that all life on
earth is interconnected. Air, water, space and natural resources
important humans are also important to wildlife. We have an enormous responsibility
to protect and conserve our air, water, soil and nautral resources and therby
"save a place for wildlife." An earth with diverse and abundant wildlife is also an
earth healtyh for the well-being of human life. The view of wildlife and wildlands
has changed dramatically since the trapping era, and so has our understanding of
the relationship of all life to planet earth... 20th century wildlife if it is to endure,
will need an understanding hand and wise use of earth's resources.

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