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Bison: Still Not Back From The Brink

May 27, 2019

Russell's "When the Land Belonged to God"
The rescue of America's national land mammal is considered one of the greatest conservation success stories ever and yet it's hard to find many wild herds on the map 
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Wake For A Climber

May 22, 2019

Following the tragic loss of young climber Jess Roskelley, Timothy Tate explores the connection between loss and the sacredness of living a life true to oneself
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Griz Expert Says 'Mountain Bikes Are A Grave Threat To Bears'

May 22, 2019

A Greater Yellowstone grizzly
When it comes to safeguarding bears, scientists say wilderness-caliber lands, free of riders, are important to bruin persistence
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Wildlife Diseases: A Global Expert Takes Stock Of Greater Yellowstone

May 20, 2019

Dobson says CWD is serious threat
Andrew Dobson discusses the consequences of artificially feeding elk in Wyoming, the positive role of predators in confronting disease and worries related to CWD
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When Raptors Visit

May 20, 2019

Golden eagle with rabbit
Two poems by Lois Red Elk remind that neither we, nor animals, are "others" in the natural world
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New Wyoming Hunting Group Takes The Old Guard To Task

May 17, 2019

Mountain Pursuit, founded by former journalist and fifth-generation Wyomingite Rob Shaul, expresses outrage over, among other things, the brutal treatment of coyotes and decline of fair chase in hunting
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