An alleged drunk driver killed two wild mustangs from the Pryor Mountain herd Sunday.
At about 2 a.m. Sunday, Adam Finn, 26, of Germantown, Tenn., allegedly driving while under the influence of alcohol, struck and killed two wild horses from the Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range on U.S. 37, according to the National Park Service.
Although it took considerable time and talk Wednesday evening to spruce up their problem statement, the Cody Elk Working Group is striving to craft an elk management plan for the Wyoming Game and Fish Department.
The group had worked on its problem statement previously, but the statement needs refinement, said Dennie Hammer, Cody Game and Fish information and education specialist and group facilitator.
Two more bat species are being considered for Endangered Species listing, due in part to white nose syndrome. That could point to the possible future listing of the little brown bat, Wyoming’s most widespread membranous winged mammal.