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An Amorous Bull Moose, Rejected During The Rut

October 4, 2017 // Big Art of Nature

Sue Cedarholm's latest piece for Watercolor Diary
In her latest edition of Watercolor Diary, Sue Cedarholm portrays a Jackson Hole bull moose in the middle of the rut.
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Charting The Rise Of A Famous Grizzly Bear Mother In Jackson Hole

October 3, 2017 // Grizzly Bears, The New West

"First Light-Grizzly", Thomas Mangelsen's photograph of Grizzly 399 crossing the Snake River, is awe-inspiring.  But events in a bear's life can turn on perilous moments.
People Forget That Before Grizzly 399 Became The World's Most Famous Bear, There Was Jackson Hole Grizzly Mama 474
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Touching Meaning In A Small-Town Funeral Procession

October 1, 2017 // Community

Photo by Timothy Tate
Bozeman, Montana Psychotherapist Timothy Tate Riffs On The Struggles Of Finding Purpose While Living Beneath The Big Western Sky
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The Lords Of Yesterday Are Back And They Want America's Public Land

September 28, 2017 // Opinion, Public Lands

Views from Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument -- Pilot Rock, Courtesy of BLM photographer Bob Wick
Barry Reiswig—a backcountry horseman, hunter, angler and former civil servant —pushes back against what he calls "the radical agenda" of Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke
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Autumn Interlude: Painting Grizzly Bear Mother 399

September 25, 2017 // Grizzly Bears

399 and Cubs Crossing Pacific Creek, watercolor 184 by Sue Cedarholm
Grizzly 399 is the most famous modern bear in the world.  Sue Cedarholm paints the matriarch as she guides her cubs through Jackson Hole on a quest to sate the hunger of hyperphagia.
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Grizzlies Deserve More Than Bullets

September 23, 2017 // Grizzly Bears, Opinion

The Great Bear, photograph by Phil Knight
Phil Knight saw his first Yellowstone grizzly 35 years ago. After watching bear numbers climb, he says recovery should not be celebrated by subjecting them to sport hunting. 
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