Items by Tom Reed
In the presidential election this fall, sportsmen are likely to be split between those who vote for wildlife, and those who vote for the gun
The writer profiles a wildlife biologist who tries to keep grizzlies and people apart in the Yellowstone area
A hunter's close encounter with grizzlies in Wyoming breeds respect for the great bear that is the true lord of the forest.
Legendary mountaineer and outdoor educator Paul Petzoldt, who founded the National Outdoor Leadership Training School (NOLS) and the Wilderness Education Association, has died at the age of 91.
Some say that animal trapping is still necessary for predator control and other specific wildlife problems.
A profile of Wyoming trapper Tom Lucas offers insight into an old-fashioned but very controversial lifestyle
A timeline traces the history of animal trapping in the United States from Pre-Columbian days until now.
Wildlife trapping - which has a long history in the West - today comes into fierce conflict with environmentalists, animal advocates, and residents upset by the risk traps pose to domestic dogs.
Ranchers in southwestern South Dakota and northeastern Wyoming vow to fight a planned railroad extension by the Dakota, Minnesota and Eastern.
A Wyoming man celebrates the difficulty of living in his wild, lonely, poor, unsophisticated state - the "last good place left."
The state of Wyoming wants to vaccinate 2,000 Yellowstone area elk against brucellosis, but the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has its doubts.
Montana hunter Chad McKittrick is charged with illegally killing one of the 15 wolves restored to Yellowstone.
The Wind River Indian Reservation sues non-Indian irrigators for violating water rights and dumping trash in the Wind River to dam it.
Wyoming Governor Jim Geringer vetoes bill that would have placed $1,000 bounty on wolves shot outside Yellowstone National Park.