Stuck Inside? Watch a Wild Video!
Wishing you could be back on the that epic trail you explored last weekend? Never seen the Red Desert? Stuck inside and needing some inspiration?
Look no further! This selection of videos will bring the beauty of Wyoming's wild landscapes to you. These are the lands WWA seeks to protect...with your help!
Forgotten Spaces: Wyoming's Red Desert
Wyoming's Red Desert is a crucial wildlife habitat full of unique landscapes that are definitely worth protecting. Explore several Wilderness Study Areas including Honeycomb Buttes, Oregon Buttes, Whitehorse Creek, and Sand Dunes. See all this area has to offer!
The Shoshone National Forest is home to some of the most rugged country in the contiguous United States. Take a look inside this "untamed land" and learn about the current threats to this area and its ecosystem.
Red Desert EcoFlight
The great expanse of Wyoming's Red Desert is more than 9,000 square miles of high altitude desert and sagebrush steppe. Among the area's unique landscapes are the rainbow-colored Honeycomb Buttes and the Killpecker Sand Dunes, the country's largest living dune system. Ecoflight toured the area with WWA.
Words of Wilderness:
Short Film from Pete McBride
The year 2014 marked the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act and the 30th anniversary of the Wyoming Wilderness Act, when Cloud Peak in the Bighorn Mountains was designated as Wilderness. This short film, compiled by Pete McBride, features words of inspiration from wilderness advocates and breathtaking footage of our most wild places.
Rock Creek Recommended Wilderness
What is Rock Creek Recommended Wilderness Area? It is breathtaking rock spires, babbling brooks, refreshing pine forests. It is solace and serenity. It is worth protecting. Find out why in this video from Leon Schatz and Raechel Donahue of Wild West Video Productions and Bruce Gordon, founder and president of Eco Flight.
Assignment Earth: Should Rock Creek
be a Protected Wilderness Area?
Every fall Bob Granstrom of Buffalo Mountain Outfitters leads elk hunters into Wyoming's Bighorn Mountains. Often he packs people into Rock Creek Recommended Wilderness, not for hunting, but to show them why he thinks this 34,000-arcre area should be designated Wilderness and added to the adjacent Cloud Peak Wilderness.