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Wyoming Untrapped launches “Untrapped Tuesdays”

An American marten hides behind a tree


Humans can only do so much to mitigate climate change and promote healthy landscapes. Wildlife are far more efficient, simply doing what they do naturally. Untrapped Tuesdays celebrate five special animals we consider to be eco-heroes.


Over the next five weeks, we will feature one of our films and facts about each animal. We encourage you to join in on this celebration and learn more about Wyoming’s wildlife.

For more information and a sneak peek of our films, please visit our Engagement Through Film page

Wyoming Untrapped promotes trapping reform through education and advocacy for Wyoming’s people, pets, and wildlife. Join our cause and sign up for our newsletter today!

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