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High Country News September 18, 1981

Crying wolf -- restoring the 'rapacious predator' to the Rockies

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Crying wolf -- restoring the 'rapacious predator' to the Rockies

Since the completion of the Northern Rocky Mountain Wolf Recovery Plan in 1980, a team of biologists has been working to re-establish breeding populations of wolves in Montana, Idaho and Wyoming.

Memoirs of a gopher choker

A former predator control agent with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service describes life on the job.

Essays

Today the rain blows in like a California tourist ...

Don Snow recounts a day fishing in Montana's Bitterroot Mountains.

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