Items by Hillary Rosner
In Oregon, a cluster of lakes is drying up — with dire impacts for the millions of migrating birds that survive off them.
Scientific inquiry is a process of constant revision. And revision is where the most intriguing discoveries happen.
The seasonal coat changes of snowshoe hares may provide wildlife biologists with clues about how wild animals evolve in response to climate change.
In Percival Everett's mystery trilogy, New Mexico Deputy Ogden Walker chases murderers and wrestles with his own complex identity.
There are four endangered fish in the Colorado River: the Colorado pikeminnow, bonytail, humpback chub and razorback sucker.
Human beings are the greatest threat -- and the only hope -- for the Colorado River's razorback sucker.
In Michelle Huneven's novel Blame, a woman tries to deal with her guilt after a drunken-driving accident.
As bark beetles ravage Rocky Mountain forests, communities like Granby, Colo., have to adjust to a radically different landscape.
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- Todd McMahon on Biking bill is a smokescreen for opening up wilderness
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- Doug Johnson on The West’s ‘new normal’: Another long season of volatile wildfires