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  • A poacher's menagerie

    A poacher's menagerie

    Some of the more dramatic recent arrests involving wildlife trafficking in the Western U.S. are briefly described.

  • The Butterfly Sting

    The Butterfly Sting

    How a federal wildlife agent brought down one of the world's most notorious insect thieves.

  • Park to scientists: Shut up!

    Park Service scientists charge that the park suppressed research on grizzlies and elk foraging.

  • Are bears counted twice?

    A National Park Service scientist complains that there are no reliable statistics on grizzly populations in Yellowstone.

  • The plan in brief

    The National Park Service's plan for grizzly recovery in Yellowstone is summarized.

  • Grizzly recovery plan could doom bears, critics say

    Environmentalists and wildlife biologists criticize a Forest Service plan to manage grizzlies in Yellowstone.

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