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Wildlife Don't Need This Kind Of Human Charity

February 24, 2021

Creating a lethal addiction
Whether out of perceived goodwill or ignorance, feeding wildlife can have deadly consequences
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Waiting For Elk To Disappear From 'The Last Hundred Acres'

February 23, 2021

The imperiled southwest corner of Montana's Gallatin Valley
Greater Yellowstone resident Rob Sisson pens an essay about his sorrow in watching a wapiti migration route vanish on the outskirts of Bozeman, Montana
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Will Deb Haaland Make History Or Be Stonewalled?

February 22, 2021

Deb Haaland of New Mexico and Laguna Pueblo
In The Week That Is, Wilkinson and Sadler talk Interior Secretaries going back to the controversial tenure of Sagebrush Rebel James Watt of Wyoming
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"New" Comers vs. "Old" Timers: A Modern West Soap Opera

February 17, 2021

Just like the TV melodrama?
Have you lived here long enough to call yourself local?
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Wildlife Toll Roads

February 10, 2021

  When our paths perilously intersect
Mountain Journal cartoonist John Potter offers a grim reminder why safe wildlife passageways across highways are important 
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John Potter Brings New Nature Cartoon To Mountain Journal

February 3, 2021

Potter and friend in Red Lodge
Each Wednesday, in "It's All Relative," the Montana fine artist will explore issues shaping Greater Yellowstone and the West with sardonic truth
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