Increasing numbers of the West’s grizzly bears wear
radio collars, and some environmentalists question the necessity of
by Colleen O'Brien and Ray Ring,
Oct 17, 2005
Janelle Holden, the daughter of two Republican
legislators, works with the Predator Conservation Alliance in
Montana to help ranchers learn how to co-exist with wolves and
by Melynda Coble,
Nov 14, 2005
Across the country, "citizen scientist" volunteers help professional researchers by gathering data on wildlife species, from moose to hummingbirds.
by Jodi Peterson,
Sep 04, 2011
High Country News ventures into the rocky terrain of Alaska's wildlife politics.
by Ray Ring,
Feb 20, 2011
Across the nation, small, understaffed newspapers like Washington's Methow Valley News work to bring local news to their rural readers.
by Don Nelson,
Oct 27, 2011
An Alaskan wilderness ranger believes humans can co-exist with wolves, despite anti-wolf hysteria in the Northern Rockies.
by Tim Lydon,
Nov 30, 2010
Mexican Wolves in Catron County, New Mexico struggle to
survive in the midst of underfunding, inbreeding, and hostile local
by John Dougherty,
Dec 24, 2007
Despite a cold winter, the West is still warming; the
Southern Nevada Water Authority has wild ideas about water;
renewable energy is on a roll, but expensive Western resorts are
not; neglected Forest Service roads make a mess in the Pacific
by Sarah Gilman,
Apr 14, 2008
Will Rounds, who was once a very squeamish vegetarian,
describes hacking apart the body of an elk to feed wolves at
by Will Rounds,
Apr 28, 2008
Yellowstone's wolves are once again at the center of a
debate. But this time, they're not pitted against hunters or
ranchers; they're at the heart of a scientific controversy about
the balance of nature.
by Kinna Ohman,
Jan 16, 2008