A Rorschach test for public land managers and elected officials in Montana? No, it's an "elk disturbance map" created by landscape biologist Brent Brock with Future West. It shows the disturbance footprint created by human activity that wildlife avoid or exhibit high levels of stress across western Montana and based on scientific studies. Home impacts are represented by reddish (salmon) color; roads in brown and trails in blue. "The results indicate that the human disturbance footprint is pervasive across the majority of land in western Montana, including large roadless areas," Brock says.