Advancing the understanding of biodiversity science through lifelong discovery, exploration and education.
Vulture Watch Wyoming invites community members from across Wyoming to share their observations of turkey vultures to help fill in gaps in our knowledge.
Books, field guides, and children's books exploring the rich biodiversity of Wyoming.
Imagine being able to explore vegetation anywhere in the world, anytime.
Natural history museums are magical places. They inspire awe and wonder in the natural world and help us understand our place on an ever changing planet. Behind the scenes, they are also undertaking world-changing science. Learn about the UW Natural Science Collections Partnership.
Now accepting proposals for the Biodiversity Graduate Student Research Enhancement Grants until March 22, 2024.
"For the ninth year in a row, community scientists were able to glimpse moose and collect data about their populations in two mountains range outside of Laramie for Winter Moose Day."
"Esther Gilman-Kehrer, a member of the Wyoming Naturalist Program (WNP) and a UW clinical associate professor, observes a northern saw-whet owl on Casper Mountain. WNP members recently caught and banded the birds as part of an ongoing Audubon Rockies project. The University of Wyoming Biodiversity ..."