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  • 'Humane is what's best for humans'

    Yellowstone National Park photographer Jim Peaco, in his own words, on the bison slaughter.

  • 'I kill them and cook them'

    In his own words, Mac Carelli, owner of C&C Meats in Sheridan, Wyo., describes how he deals with bison carcasses.

  • A Colorado reality check: lions roam and kill

    In separate attacks by mountain lions, a boy in Colorado's Mesa Verde National Park is wounded, and another boy, in Rocky Mountain National Park, is killed.

  • 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

  • Activists "shepherd' wayward bison

    Activists seek to protect Yellowstone's bison from another slaughter by physically shepherding wandering bison back onto protected land.

  • 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

  • Bandelier overrun by hooves

    Elk and wild cattle destroying New Mexico park.

  • 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

  • Bison killing goes inside

    Park officials in Yellowstone give rangers permission to shoot bison heading out of the park this winter.

  • Bison sleek, but suspect

    Montana is prepared to fight a new federal proposal that would allow "low-risk" bison unlikely to spread brucellosis to leave Yellowstone National Park without being killed.

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