After a few weeks of inactivity, the Yellowstone grizzly delisting saga is back in full swing.Read More »
The annual census of grizzly bear population in the Yellowstone National Park area showed a slight decline this year, leading experts to wonder if historic yearly growth in the numbers has come to an end.Read More »
In a tentative compromise announced last night, Wyoming wolves will be delisted from Endangered Species protections and the government will manage wolves in the state -- but not in Yellowstone National Park.Read More »
Ten grizzly bears have been killed this year in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, but experts say that pace is normal and almost identical to the number tallied last year.Read More »
In a situation some liken to the canary in the coal mine, the Fish and Wildlife Service has denied Endangered Species protections to the Yellowstone pika, saying the small rodent should be able to deal with projected rising temperatures due to global warning.Read More »
The Interagency Grizzly Bear Committee -- a group of federal and state officials -- will meet today in Missoula to discuss a new management plan for Yellowtone Ecosystem grizzlies.Read More »
Damage among Yellowstone National Park's crucial white-pine trees is higher than anticipated, according to the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), as beetles wreak havoc on this crucial source of food for the region's grizzlies.
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