In this issue
As the weather starts to warm, Fort Laramie is buzzing with activity as workers prepare for our upcoming busy season. Hence, the lack of an e-Bugler in April-- sorry!
As I was out on the grounds the other day I noticed nature and our local wildlife making their preparations for the season too-- trees were sprouting new growth, flowers were blowing in the breeze, green was overtaking the golden colors of the long, cold winter, birds were taking care of their young and enjoying the crisp Spring day. Enjoy the pictures of of some of the wildlife I ran across at Fort Laramie National Historic Site.
Visit Fort Laramie National Historic Site this year and enjoy our wildlife, nature and site firsthand!
Fort Laramie National Historic Site Handbook
Our handbook is loaded with modern and historic pictures of our site and text that explains the history of our site. A must have for all Fort Laramie enthusiasts!
Mountain State Mammals
This pocket-sized guide helps you identify the animal you see by its skull, tracks, droppings or other signs. It covers Wyoming, Idaho, Montana, Utah, Colorado, Arizona, and New Mexico.
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