There's a growing understanding of the scientific importance of wildlife migration corridors, but protecting them is a huge political challenge.
by Mary Ellen Hannibal,
Dec 29, 2011
Migrating animals can't read "no trespassing" signs, so it’s up to human beings to try to find ways to connect wildlife corridors that crisscross public and privately owned lands.
by Cally Carswell,
Dec 25, 2011
In Wyoming, oil and gas workers and the Wyoming AFL-CIO
have joined environmentalists, ranchers and homeowners in
protesting the sale of energy leases in the Wyoming Range of
Bridger-Teton National Forest
by Allison Gerfin,
Jun 26, 2006
Wildlife officials, BLM and energy companies to study
Colorado sage grouse and mule deer, but conservationists call it a
by Francisco Tharp,
Apr 18, 2008
Emilene Ostlind talks with former federal biologist Rollin Sparrowe about energy development on the Pinedale Anticline and its impact on wildlife.
by Emilene Ostlind and Cally Carswell,
Dec 10, 2010