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Celebrating Our Extended Earthly Families

November 25, 2021

It goes way beyond DNA
There is kinship in everything around us, if only we open our eyes, cartoonist John Potter reminds
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Who Are The Biggest NIMBYS?

November 7, 2021

Do only people have rights to privacy and liberty?
Once again, John Potter pokes fun at humans who fail to grasp the irony of intolerance when we invade the wild backyards of others
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Lobo Delusions?

October 19, 2021

Is the problem wolves or fairy tales?
Cartoonist John Potter says Montana's rabid anti-wolf policies, lacking in facts and common sense, are just plain crazy. And they're giving the state a self-inflicted black eye
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Yellowstone Wolf 302 Latest Star In Rick McIntyre's Lobo Trifecta

September 30, 2021 // Wolves

For Wolf 302, being a savvy hunter was matter of life or death
It's not easy surviving as a wolf in America's oldest national park—and this doesn't even include the perils that loom for wolves from humans once they cross the northern border into Montana
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If Darwin Created A Field Guide For Yellowstone National Petting Zoo

September 29, 2021 // John Potter, Yellowstone

The creatures of Jellystone
Cartoonist John Potter creates this handy pamphlet for the ecologically illiterate headed to Yellowstone and Grand Teton
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Wildlife Management By Fairy Tale

September 17, 2021 // John Potter, Montana, Wolves

Give him more of that old time (wolf-loathing) religion
Cartoonist John Potter says Montana Gov. Greg Gianforte, with his spiteful attitude toward Yellowstone National Park and its wolves, proves he places a religious zeal for politics over science
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