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In Home Land

November 28, 2019

Crow leaders in 1881
Long before the Absaroka-Beartooths became a federal wilderness and before Yellowstone was called 'wonderland,'  they were home ground to the Crow. An essay by Shane Doyle
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Chronic Wasting Disease Reaches Wild Elk In Montana

November 25, 2019

A cow elk in Yellowstone
For the first time ever, CWD has been confirmed in Montana wapiti. How might it affect America's most iconic concentration of big game animals?
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Close Encounters Of The Avian Kind

November 21, 2019

Mountain bluebird
As Phil Knight writes, human-animal curiosity and contact extends both ways
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Salmon: A Debate Over Dams And The Cause Of A Great Fish's Decline

November 21, 2019

Salmon: are we sanctioning their extinction?
Pacific Northwest salmon populations are collapsing. What is the best way to resuscitate them? Two experts debate.
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Beyond Money: The Failure Of Economics To Account For The Value Of Wild Places

November 19, 2019

A bison in Yellowstone
Outdoor recreation in America is worth nearly $1 trillion annually but like any consumptive industry, it can make nature a casualty
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Have You Heard The Tales Of A Trickster Spider And Porcupine?

November 7, 2019

A porcupine's spirit lives on
In this season of transition, Lois Red Elk reminds how humankind is reflected in the stories of wamakhashka
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