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High Country News October 21, 1991

Sting uncovers eagle-killers


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Some ranchers keep an old tradition alive

Working undercover, agents bought an array of illegal poisons, learned how to lace carcasses with them, and visited ranches where deadly baits were left for predators.


Eco-grazing: Shepherd follows his flock, and the seasons

Sheepman Sam Robinson says sheep have not only failed to harm the mountains near Vail, Colo., where he has grazed them for the last 11 summers, they've also done the ecosystem some good.

Four scientists analyze ancient forests for a congressional committee

A new report looks at ecosystems and dependent species in the Pacific Northwest, including loggers.

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