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January 19, 2024 // NEWS: Film Review

Mule deer migrate hundreds of miles to winter grounds from Grand Teton National Park
A new documentary released by the Wyoming Migration Initiative chronicles the travel and travails of Grand Teton mule deer.
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In Cadence: ‘Mni Wiconi’ and the Great Observers

January 16, 2024 // OPINION: Essay

The Yellowstone River runs north from Yellowstone National Park nearly 700 miles to its confluence with the Missouri
Recalling the 2016 Standing Rock demonstrations protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline, a Lakota woman reflects on the rhythm and power of water.
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New Research Suggests Montana FWP Wolf Count High

December 14, 2023 // NEWS: Feature

Wolf reintroduction efforts in Greater Yellowstone beginning in 1995 were successful. As Montana weighs its new wolf management plan, numbers are in question
Bozeman-based researcher says agency's model for counting wolves is wrong. FWP disagrees citing a lack of peer review.
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To Stop A Grizzly And How Bear Spray Saved A Life

June 6, 2023

A large male grizzly approaches the camera in Greater Yellowstone
When a grizzly bear charged Keegan David, he had seconds to react. He shared his story with Mountain Journal.
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How A Citizen Is Raising Awareness About Threat Of Grand Targhee Expansion

June 1, 2023

Crepuscular rays over the Tetons from the "quiet side"
Howie Garber’s new book touches on the beauty of wildness through a photographer’s lens
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Under The Stars, Your Big Chance To Attend Two Wildlands Concerts Of The Summer

July 23, 2022

Are you feeling lucky?
Wanna See Brandi Carlile, Lukas Nelson, Jason Isbell and Indigo Girls Perform Live? You Can. We Have Tickets
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Juggernaut: Industrial Recreation Deepens Its Tear Across America's Wildlands

April 27, 2022

At what point is nature conquered?
Is outdoor recreation Manifest Destiny 2.0?  Get ready, the West is about to experience a rush to expand the outdoor recreation infrastructure like never before. Is that a good thing for nature?
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Revealing Yellowstone's Ancient Prequel

April 1, 2022

In Yellowstone, human time frames are relative
From the "First Family" in the Yellowstone region twelve millennia ago to today, Shane Doyle says a teepee encampment reminds that humans have a deep history in this part of the world
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A Seat-Of-The-Pants Cartoon Ripped From The Headlines

December 26, 2021

Scoop lands another story for prime time news
When it comes to wildlife conflict, John Potter asks, why do animals often get blamed for human misbehavior?
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Powder Daze: Where Bighorns No Longer Wander

December 15, 2021

Bomb's away: More than climate is changing
Cartoonist John Potter says in many parts of the backcountry, any 'balance' between the desires of outdoor recreationists and the needs of sensitive wildlife is out of whack
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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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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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