Once thought to be extinct, the Wyoming toad is making a comeback. Thanks, in part, to drastic conservation efforts. The wild population hasn't bounced back yet, but it's headed in the right direction.
“If we want to inspire the next generation of conservationists, we must start by teaching them about Wyoming's wildlife and wild places at a young age. There’s no better place to do this than in our state’s schools and classrooms” said Game and Fish Director Brian Nesvik.
In his first episode, host Governor Mark Gordon, director of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department Brian Nesvik, and Muley Fanatic Foundation founder Joshua Coursey discuss how winter weather impacts wildlife.