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  • Darwinism on the Klamath River

  • A message to environmentalists from a wildlife biologist

    I should confess up-front that. although I'm an environmentalist and a wildlife biologist at a Western university, I admire ranchers. I should further confess that I live on a small piece of property near real ranches-- ones big enough to be home to cattl

  • The Buffalo War: a maelstrom of Western issues

    Matthew Testa's new documentary, "The Buffalo War," looks from all different sides at the controversial killing of Yellowstone National Park's straying buffalo.

  • Outspoken Yellowstone ranger gagged

    Yellowstone seasonal ranger Bob Jackson is first told to be quiet and then sent home for talking about the problem of hunters using salt licks on the park's boundaries to lure deer, elk and grizzly.

  • Montana, feds find common ground for bison

    Environmentalists say the new Yellowstone bison management plan put together by Montana and the Park Service won't really help the bison much.

  • Of bison, the French and our faux wild

    As the Park Service struggles to radio-collar and control Yellowstone's wandering bison, the wildness of the animal is forgotten.

  • Yellowstone's bison get a time limit

    Conservationists say Yellowstone National Park's long-awaited plan for managing its wandering bison herds accommodates cows at the expense of the bison.

  • DDT doesn't just fade away

    Almost 50 years after biologists dumped DDT on Yellowstone Park to kill the spruce budworm moth, traces of the pesticide remain in the ecosystem.

  • The great bison chase continues

    Even though the federal Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service admits there is little risk of cattle catching brucellosis from calves, yearlings and bulls, Montana's Dept. of Livestock is hazing all stray bison back into Yellowstone.

  • Grand Staircase-Escalante in the spotlight

    Some locals are pleased and some environmentalists displeased with the BLM's proposed management plan for Utah's new Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument.

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