Wyoming nonprofit protects Yellowstone, Rocky Mountain west wildlife, holds tourism accountable

New nonprofit Wildlife Tourism for Tomorrow has launched an initiative to ensure the safety of wildlife throughout Wyoming’s landscape, including popular areas such as Yellowstone National Park.

Wildlife Tourism for Tomorrow founder Taylor Phillips, in an interview with Fox News Digital, said the nonprofit engages the tourism sector in particular to give back to the environment that provides them with the resources to do business.

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This whole initiative was founded upon the disconnect I’ve seen over the years in the industry where we have hunters and anglers in the state of Wyoming [chi] are footing a majority of the bill for wildlife managementand conservation as well,” Egli ha detto.

Tourists are shown checking out Wyoming wildlife with Jackson Hole Ecotour Adventures. (Jackson Hole Ecotour Adventures)

Tourists are shown checking out Wyoming wildlife with Jackson Hole Ecotour Adventures. (Jackson Hole Ecotour Adventures)

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