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  • Montana, feds find common ground for bison

    Environmentalists say the new Yellowstone bison management plan put together by Montana and the Park Service won't really help the bison much.

  • Outspoken Yellowstone ranger gagged

    Yellowstone seasonal ranger Bob Jackson is first told to be quiet and then sent home for talking about the problem of hunters using salt licks on the park's boundaries to lure deer, elk and grizzly.

  • 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

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