by Cory Hatch/Jackson Hole News & Guide | NOVEMBER 9, 2016 Grand Teton National Park’s “elk reduction program” began Oct. 22 sans the usual fusillade of controversy to accompany the scores of [...]
Jackson, WY – At a public meeting concerning the Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s draft grizzly bear hunting regulations Wyoming Wildlife Advocates proposed a Grizzly Bear [...]
Greater Yellowstone Coalition executive director Caroline Byrd has written a strongly worded op-ed piece in the Bozeman Daily Chronicle. In it she remarks that the states are “intentionally [...]
In the first legal skirmish since the US Fish and Wildlife Service proposed delisting the grizzly bears of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, a lawsuit has been filed against the Wyoming Game and [...]
A new report from UNESCO, the Union of Concerned Scientists and UNEP says some World Heritage sites — including Yellowstone National Park — are under “dire threat from climate [...]
Proposing to remove Yellowstone’s grizzlies from the Endangered Species List is a “strictly political” decision says grizzly bear scientist David Mattson. Attribution: Yellowstone Insider [...]
by Wyoming Wildlife Advocates | MARCH 3, 2016 The US Fish and Wildlife Service today proposed to remove Yellowstone grizzly bears from the protections of the Endangered Species Act. Wyoming [...]
“What we have in our backyards here is a really rare resource. Not just in the lower 48, but on the entire planet.”
Huffington Post Blog from Dr. Jordan Schaul about Grizzly 399 and the fate of the North American grizzly.
by Angus M. Thuermer/WyoFile | DECEMBER 1, 2015 Wyoming will study closing elk feedgrounds to slow the spread of Chronic Wasting Disease as long as the move maintains population objectives, a [...]
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