A Western Greeting
The call of the Wyoming state bird - the Western Meadowlark - greets visitors to Cody country.
New West Meets Old
Traditions that anchor the Cody community to the land continue as they did 100 years ago.
A Bellweather of the Sagebrush Steppe
Wyoming is home to approximately 40 percent of the range-wide population of greater sage-grouse.
Path of the Pronghorn
First celebrated by Lewis and Clark, the pronghorn antelope is one of the fastest mammals on earth, surpassed on land only by the cheetah.
Join us this May for the second annual Spring into Yellowstone: Birding and Wildlife Festival in Cody, Wyoming. For five days, discover the iconic birds and wildlife of northwest Wyoming: from sage grouse to grizzly bears, and everything in between. The festival will feature a trade how held at the world renowned Buffalo Bill Center of the West, guided field trips and interactive seminars led by some of the biggest names in birding and nature photography, as well as some of the top regional biologists. Each evening, we invite you to dine at some of our local ranches, or take in Buffalo Bill country's finest restaurant fare, check out bird and wildlife-themed art at the galleries, tour the spectacular museum, and partake in evening festivities.
Ibis-Bald Ridge Hike Herd of Elk-Bald Ridge Hike Rattle Snake-Bald Ridge Hike
For more information, contact:
Tia Brown | Events Coordinator, Cody Chamber of Commerce
(307) 587-2777 | firstname.lastname@example.org