The Red Desert in Wyoming can be a very difficult place to survive if you are not prepared. It can be a long way to even get to a place to call for help. Winter can be well below zero and Summer reaches over 100. There is not much water for fragile animals like us. I have camped in places in the Red Desert and not seen even a distant vehicle for days. It is one of my favorite places because much of it is empty and it is a place worth being alone with the Pronghorn, Elk (yes Elk), coyotes, Wild Horses and the occasional cougar.
Like most things the Red Desert is changing and all too fast. As most people know gas and oil production has come to the Red Desert. For better or worse it is here. Right now there are many large tracks without petro production but it is changing fast.
How the wild inhabitants of this great land will fair and the hands of there stewards the BLM remains to be seen. But like this Stallion over looking a piece of unbroken wildlife heaven we will watch this fragile land.
I hope you all get a chance to see this great place before it is gone.