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Yellowstone Then and Now

In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service, the Museum of the Mountain Man is pleased to host the exhibition Yellowstone, Then and Now from May 1, 2016 through October 31, 2016.  

This display celebrates the history and beauty of Yellowstone National Park through the dual lens of yesterday’s antique memorabilia and today’s large format, black and white photographs.  Historically significant annotations, sprinkled liberally throughout the exhibit, offer viewers the opportunity to not only see Yellowstone’s wondrous landscape through the ages, but to also intellectually understand the evolution of cultural attitudes toward nature that have been and continue to be inspired by the preservation of America’s Wonderland.  Join us this summer to celebrate a major milestone in Yellowstone history with this enjoyable exhibition!

National Geographic Mule Deer Migration Photo Exhibit

Join Wyoming Migration Initiative researchers Matt Kaufman and Hall Sawyer, along with National Geographic photographer Joe Riis, to hear a detailed account of how they recently discovered the longest mule deer migration ever recorded, where animals uniquely migrate 150 miles through western Wyoming from low-elevation winter ranges in the Red Desert to the high mountain slopes surrounding the Hoback Basin. The presentation will share relevant information on focus management and conservation efforts with a reception to welcome the National Geographic Mule Deer Migration Photo Exhibit premiering at the Museum of the Mountain Man September 19 thru October 31, 2014.