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  • Firms milk park's "wildlife'

    Firms milk park's "wildlife'

    National Park managers deliberate over whether or not they should charge biotechnical firms for extracting microbes from Yellowstone.

  • To Save the Wild Bison

    In To Save the Wild Bison, Mary Ann Franke traces the controversial history of Yellowstone National Park’s wild bison herd

  • If wolves can return to the West, why not New York?

    Writer tells the government: Restore wolves to New York

  • Living with bison at the edge of Yellowstone

    Greg Gordon visits captured bison that face death after leaving Yellowstone National Park

  • A message to environmentalists from a wildlife biologist

    I should confess up-front that. although I'm an environmentalist and a wildlife biologist at a Western university, I admire ranchers. I should further confess that I live on a small piece of property near real ranches-- ones big enough to be home to cattl

  • Running wild in Yellowstone National Park

    The writer goes bicycling with a too-friendly coyote

  • An ecosystem wanting for wolves

    With the elk population at Colorado’s Rocky Mountain National Park out of control, wildlife managers are considering bringing in four wolves to restore the balance

  • The restoration will not be televised

    After the Fires: The Ecology of Change in Yellowstone National Park is an anthology of articles chronicling the long-term effects of the 1988 fires on the park’s ecosystem and wildlife

  • Cattalo could get the boot

    The bison herd that wandered into Grand Canyon National Park is largely made up of bison-cow half-breeds, but the state of Arizona and the park are still undecided about what to do with the destructive but valuable animals

  • Bison arrive in Grand Canyon uninvited

    A herd of bison has wandered into the northern part of Arizona’s Grand Canyon National Park, and managers are trying to figure out whether bison have a "natural" history in the area

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