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  • As it goes high-tech, wildlife biology loses its soul

    As it goes high-tech, wildlife biology loses its soul

    We're learning a lot by monitoring wild animals, but the high tech methods used to track them take some of the mystery out of our relationship with the wild.

  • Bears saved from the 'burbs

    Finding room for grizzly bears through the Montana Legacy Project.

  • Heard around the West

    "Endangered Feces" T-shirts; troublesome T-shirts on airlines; renaming places in Oregon; outhouse races in Reno; rent-a-cave in Idaho; Parade of Homes vs. Parade of Wealth in Jackson

  • Heard around the West

    Is it a grolarbear or a pizzly?; garage doors vs. homeland security; hermaphrodite deer; Park Service fees; the drilling rig next door; school buses become billboards in Colorado

  • Only one thing is certain: A grizzly got killed

    Only one thing is certain: A grizzly got killed

    When a grizzly was killed in northern Idaho, was the shooter, a father of six, really protecting his children?

  • Safe crossing

    Traffic engineers work with biologists to protect both wildlife and motorists on hazardous highways.

  • Two weeks in the West

    California’s continuing water troubles; saving water for the Delta smelt; New Mexico Sen. Pete Domenici to retire; Idaho grizzly shot; polygamous community in the spotlight; Vegas goes a glitzy shade of green.

  • Yellowstone's Grizzlies A success story

    The National Wildlife Federation believes that the federal government’s proposal to remove Yellowstone’s grizzlies from the endangered species list represents a tremendous achievement

  • Yellowstone’s Grizzlies Not out of the woods yet

    Many environmentalists say the Yellowstone grizzly is a long way from being recovered, and that delisting the bear is premature and could spell disaster for the species

  • Yellowstone’s grizzly stalker

    Grizzlies in the Mist by Chuck Neal is an idiosyncratic look at the great bears of Yellowstone, combining scientific background and personal anecdotes with a strong conservation message

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