You are here: home

Did you not find what you were looking for? Try the Advanced Search to refine your search.

343 items matching your search terms. Sort by relevance · date (newest first) · alphabetically
  • Idaho says no to grizzlies

    The Idaho Fish and Game Commission opposes the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's plan to restore grizzly bears to the state.

  • Who shot the wolf?

    A male gray wolf reintroduced into the Yellowstone area was found shot and dumped into Montana's Madison River.

  • Wanted alive

    The Colorado Division of Wildlife is distributing posters to ask the public to keep its eyes open for the fast-disappearing boreal toad.

  • Grizzlies invited back to the Bitterroot

    To ease the process of reintroducing grizzly bears to the Bitterroot Mountains on the Montana-Idaho border, the Fish and Wildlife Service is setting up a citizen management panel to give locals a voice in the project.

  • Ferrets are back in town

    The Cheyenne River Sioux tribe is trying to restore endangered black-footed ferrets to the South Dakota reservation.

  • Still here: Can humans help other species defy extinction?

    A writer considers the philosophical questions that underlie endangered species protection, and how it is that one predator - the human kind - now finds itself assisting other predators, and also trying to help their prey.

  • Service leaves endangered species in limbo

    Environmentalists fear that a listing freeze at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service - which the agency blames on a much-reduced budget - will lead to a host of endangered species going extinct.

  • Swift fox may lose the race

    The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has dropped the swift fox as a candidate for endangered species listing.

  • A slow comeback for Mexican wolves

    Reintroduced Mexican gray wolves are continuing to die along the Arizona-New Mexico border, and environmentalists blame ranchers for the latest deaths.

  • Will logging save the spotted owl?

    In Oregon, a plan to selectively log the Clatsop and Tillamook state forests is supposed to improve habitat for the threatened northern spotted owl, but conservationists have their doubts.

Email Newsletter

The West in your Inbox

Follow Us

Follow us on Facebook! Follow us on Twitter! Follow our RSS feeds!
  1. A graceful gazelle becomes a pest | Inrroducing an African gazelle called the oryx for...
  2. The death of backpacking? | Younger people don’t seem interested in this out...
  3. The man behind a New Mexico county's fracking ban | Last year Mora became the first county in the nati...
  4. Plains sense | Ten years after Frank and Deborah Popper first pro...
  5. What's killing the Yukon's salmon? | An ecological mystery in Alaska has scientists and...
HCN Classifieds
Subscriber Alert
 
© 2014 High Country News, all rights reserved. | privacy policy | terms of use | powered by Plone