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'What Were You Thinking When You Took The Osprey?'

July 4, 2023

As osprey perched on its nest, another avian wonder of Greater Yellowstone
Dave Hall peers back four generations toward a revered ancestor who did things as a sportsman that would not meet today's conservation ethic 
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Headwaters' Report Highlights Downsides Of So-Called Green Lifestyle Economy

June 24, 2023

New glampground along Yellowstone River in Paradise Valley, enabled by weak planning laws in Park County, Montana
Environmentalists often condemn resource extraction, but is the 'natural amenity economy' built on industrial recreation, tourism and real estate sales better for wildlife?
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Grizzly 399 And Cub—An Update From Jackson Hole

June 17, 2023

A mother's love: 399 and cub likely to be her last
At Summer Solstice and more than a month out of the den, 399 has devoted much time, Thomas Mangelsen says, to helping her cub understand the joy of play
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Pondering Loneliness When You Live In A Place Some Call Shangri-la

June 16, 2023

For most people, seeking solitude is different from living a solitary life
People flee to the wilds seeking solitude and yet there's a crisis of human disconnection now gripping America. Therapist Timothy Tate explores what's behind it
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Complements in Landscape Beauty: Art and Place in the Gros Ventre and Beyond

June 12, 2023

The Teton Range from the sandstone rim on “Magic Ridge.”
Returning to ‘Magic Ridge,’ Susan Marsh rediscovers the many faces of Nature’s splendor
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'Cracked' Makes Strong Case For Tearing Down Dams That Took Wild Rivers

June 8, 2023

The Yellowstone River is the liquid gem of Paradise Valley. Some wanted to have it dammed
Across West, author Steven Hawley writes, logic that justified damming rivers is wrong. Like Yosemite battle over Hetch Hetchy, Greater Yellowstone had its own fights
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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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Can Natural Character Of South Jackson Hole Endure Without Limits On People?

May 26, 2023

A view of the "Northern South Park Neighborhood" in Jackson Hole
Claims that community must grow to fix the affordable housing crisis are not only based on faulty logic but are destroying valley's beloved sense of place, Robert Frodeman writes
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Finding Greater Yellowstone ‘Magic’ On A Rocky Ridge

May 21, 2023

The Teton Range near the author's home in Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Wanting to name the priceless landmarks she visits in Greater Yellowstone’s great outdoors, MoJo columnist Susan Marsh explores the power behind magical places
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Famous Jackson Hole Grizzly 399 Wows Again, But Now What?

May 18, 2023

Model of Motherhood: 399 and her new cub out of hibernation
Emerging with her 18th cub as part of a historic legendary life, 399 is 27, long in the tooth and still transforming our perceptions of grizzlies. Now it's our turn to be on best behavior
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How Development Forced Bozeman’s Namesake Creek Underground

May 10, 2023

Do you see it? What is the water and land mosaic telling us?
The plight of Bozeman Creek is an indicator of how the health of waterways in Greater Yellowstone and the West are facing a multitude of damaging threats
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The Doggoned Truth—Domestic Canines Are Not Wildlife’s Best Friends

May 4, 2023

We love our pups but they're taking a toll on wildlife
The science is clear that our canine friends are seriously disrupting wild ecosystems, but why do we keep turning a blind eye? Do we want wildlife to persist?
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Will Yellowstone Eventually Restrict Visitors?

April 20, 2023

Bumper-to-bison-to-bumper traffic in Yellowstone. What's the solution?
Cody Enterprise Publisher John Malmberg looks at ways to solve traffic and crowding in America's first national park
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Cranes Remind Us Of A Nature Everlasting

April 18, 2023

Migrations speak to the eternal but human decisions often only to moments
It's Earth Week, and Dorothy Bradley, an esteemed Montana stateswoman, asks: "Can we really look young people in the eye and claim we're securing them a better future?"
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