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  • Rural West going to the dogs

    Despite all the fuss about wolves and other wild predators, feral and free-roaming dogs in the West may actually pose a greater danger to livestock, wildlife and people.

  • Invasion of the feral pigs

    Invasion of the feral pigs

    Feral pigs are invading New Mexico and other Western states, but biologists are working hard to stop them.

  • Coyotes move into Colorado's Front Range

    Coyotes move into Colorado's Front Range

    Urban communities on Colorado's Front Range are trying to cope with an influx of coyotes.

  • Some neighbors behave like boors

    Some neighbors behave like boors

    Feeding wild bears just encourages them to misbehave, ultimately endangering the bears’ own lives.

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