This wonderful presentation featuring Thomas Mangelsen and Todd wilkinson is on Grizzly Bear conservation in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem in Wyoming.
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This article by Mike Koshmrl on the valleys Trumpeter Swans, appeared in the JH news & Guide. Half a century after they were nearly wiped out, trumpeter swans are holding steady in the Jackson Hole area. But drought, climate change and diminishing natural wetlands pose real threats, wildlife managers such as Wyoming Game and Fish Department nongame biologist Susan Patla believe. “The Jackson area has a stable population,” Patla said, “but it’s really […]
This commentary was posted in The News & Guide: Here is a reality check that flies over the heads of most Americans when they think about wolves in the West: Today, for every live lobo that roams free and howls in our region, another has been shot, trapped, snared or otherwise destroyed by government agents in order to buy more human tolerance. To those who say there are a […]