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  • Counting Cougars

    " width="224" height="168" align="right" hspace="10" alt="The elusive and magnificent "Ghost of the Rockies" in its element." title="The elusive and magnificent "Ghost of the Rockies" in its element." />In this guest essay, photographer and Yellowstone guide MacNeil Lyons recounts the top 10 most thrilling mountain lion sightings he's experienced.Read More

  • Shooter Identified from July 4 Incident in Yellowstone

    " width="224" height="168" align="right" hspace="10" alt="Canyon Village in Yellowstone National Park" title="Canyon Village in Yellowstone National Park" />Following an FBI investigation, an individual who was firing a semi-automatic rifle at Canyon Village on July 4 has been identified as a Xanterra employee from Florida. The man was killed in gunfire exchange with park rangers.Read More

  • The Lost Lesson of Stewardship

    " width="224" height="168" align="right" hspace="10" alt="Visitors in Yellowstone National Park contemplate the setting sun on the shores of Yellowstone Lake" title="Visitors in Yellowstone National Park contemplate the setting sun on the shores of Yellowstone Lake" />In the face of a warming climate and accelerating human impact in Greater Yellowstone, former 16-year Montana State Representative Dorothy Bradley writes that we have a responsibility, not just to our ancestors, but to the wildlife being squeezed in the ecosystem. Read More

  • Save Bears, Drink Cider

    " width="224" height="168" align="right" hspace="10" alt="Attractants like human garbage, apple trees and birdseed can lure bears into towns in Greater Yellowstone" title="Attractants like human garbage, apple trees and birdseed can lure bears into towns in Greater Yellowstone" />Wyoming’s only cidery is on a mission to reduce human-wildlife conflict in Greater Yellowstone. They say harvesting neighborhood apples is the key. Read More

  • A Bill to Ban Wildlife Whacking

    " width="224" height="168" align="right" hspace="10" alt="Cody Roberts kisses the adolescent female wolf he crippled with his snowmobile" title="Cody Roberts kisses the adolescent female wolf he crippled with his snowmobile" />On the heels of a Wyoming man torturing and killing a wolf, a Texas Republican announces introduction of a bill to outlaw running over wildlife with motor vehicles, then holds off so stakeholders can weigh in. Read More

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