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Grizzlies Deserve More Than Bullets

September 23, 2017 // Grizzly Bears, Opinion

The Great Bear, photograph by Phil Knight
Phil Knight saw his first Yellowstone grizzly 35 years ago. After watching bear numbers climb, he says recovery should not be celebrated by subjecting them to sport hunting. 
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Of Bias And Bears: Is Delisting Greater Yellowstone's Grizzlies Based On Science Or Politics?

September 12, 2017 // Grizzly Bears

Mother's Watch, photo by Thomas D. Mangelsen (mangelsen.com)
For several decades, Jesse Logan gained renown as a forest ecologist.  He says the scientific rationale behind removing bears from federal protection doesn't hold up to scrutiny. First part in an ongoing series.
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Jesse Logan Explores GYE Backcountry In From Granite To Grizzlies

August 14, 2017 // Columnists, Conservation, Endangered Species, Grizzly Bears, Science, Public Lands

Retired Forest Service beetle researcher Jesse Logan
Just as you can't separate the forest from its trees, you can't extract one strand of the web without stretching, stressing or breaking another. From his basecamp home in Paradise Valley, halfway between Yellowstone and Livingston, retired forest researcher Jesse Logan shares insights about climate change that's already upon us.
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