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Last Of The Old West: When The Thrill Of Wild Nature Isn't Enough

August 23, 2018 // Jackson Hole, Outdoor Recreation, Public Lands, Wildlife

Sign at doorstep of Jackson Hole
Jackson Hole and other mountain towns are losing their soul by being transformed into amusement parks. The question is why?
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Yellowstone Checkup: How Healthy Really is America's Most Iconic Wildland Ecosystem?

August 20, 2018 // Climate Change, Conservation, Science, Yellowstone, Wildlife, Ecosystem Protection

Greater Yellowstone, rugged but fragile
New "vital signs" report says region's famous wildlife faring well, for now, but climate change and human development loom ominously
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Sacred Survivors Of Near Extinction

August 15, 2018 // Bison, Yellowstone, Wildlife

Steven Fuller composes a visual rhapsody for Yellowstone bison
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TR IV: Meet A Real Theodore Roosevelt Conservationist

August 12, 2018 // Conservation, Leadership, Politics, Ryan Zinke, Wildlife

Teddy, Ted and Ryan
Great grandson of 'the old lion' calls moderate Republicans 'an endangered species'
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A Raven's Call Leads To A Hidden Lobo

August 6, 2018 // Grand Teton National Park, Jackson Hole, Wolves, Wildlife

Gray wolf
During a hike in the mountains, what started with a few caws led to the discovery of a stealthily-observant wolf
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Grizzly Or Black Bear?

July 30, 2018 // Grizzly Bears, Hunting, Wildlife

As Wyoming moves toward its first trophy hunt of grizzlies in 44 years, it's a question that looms large. Is its "test" enough?
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