February 7, 2005
A personal obsession leads the author into a world of scientists, wildlife rehabilitators and eccentric artists who are fascinated by the West’s road-killed wildlife. Also in this issue: Some of the less-publicized political appointments of George W. Bush’s second term will have a huge effect on the West – particularly the people who will direct the EPA, and the departments of Energy, Agriculture and the Interior.
- Regina Johnson on Analyst: FBI let Malheur militants save face to end occupation
- Tina Ricks on Can we make sense of the Malheur mess?
- Melissa McDowell on Can we make sense of the Malheur mess?
- David J ONeill on California Coastal Commission fires its executive director
- Mark Bailey on A brief history of the Sagebrush Rebellion