Items by Ted Williams
Alaska’s attempt to intrude on federal wildlife refuges has incensed the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, for good reason.
Debate: Should the Hopi people continue to have the right to kill eagles for religious purposes? Ted Williams says no.
Uncompromising environmental groups like the Center for Biological Diversity do more harm than good with their lawsuits, according to some critics.
Some ranchers in western Kansas are using a deadly biocide called Rozol to kill endangered species like the black-footed ferret.
The National Park Service’s decision to ban lead bullets and lead fishing tackle will protect rare California condors and other creatures, including humans.
Ted Williams finds it more than ironic that Dick Cheney -- a well-known foe of fish and rivers -- was invited to speak at a fly-fishing museum.
Ted Williams says killing fish, birds and sea lions to save endangered salmon is like drinking snake-oil elixir to cure a serious illness.
Ted Williams says the Bush administration is doing its best to kill off an endangered fish: Montana’s fluvial grayling.
The writer tells how Kit and Sherry Laney became puppets of the property-rights movement, sending the Forest Service into fits
The writer takes aim at the hook-and-bullet press, calling it the captive of gadget-makers and the National Rifle Association
Ted Williams says that if sportsmen bothered to read, they’d be shocked at what the Bush administration is doing to wildlife
The writer says that California's much-prized eucalyptus trees are really overgrown, fire-prone weeds that would be better off in their native Australia.
- Randy Welch on Biking bill is a smokescreen for opening up wilderness
- Todd McWelch on Biking bill is a smokescreen for opening up wilderness
- Tom Darnell on In Northern New Mexico, a piñon-nut culture is vanishing
- Tom Darnell on Why has the National Park Service gotten whiter?
- Thomas Arvensis on How the Park Service is planning for climate change