Conservation and animal advocacy groups are alleging that Montana and Wyoming agreed to share some of their grizzly hunt quotas.Read More »
The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) has released a statement regarding this year’s proposal to cull 1,000 bison through hunting and trapping.Read More »
The loss of whitebark pine across the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem has been of great concern to environmentalists, so there’s an effort to restore pine in coming years.Read More »
Whitebark pines -- a crucial cog in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem -- may be ailing and in danger, but the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will not extend protections to the species, saying resources are best deployed elsewhere.Read More »
Beetle infestations have killed off most of the whitebark pines in the eastern part of Yellowstone National Park and the Absaroka Mountains, as a Natural Resources Defense Council aerial study shows significantly more damage to the pine population that previously though -- giving fuel for the pines to be listed as an Endangered Species.Read More »
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will announce tomorrow that the whitebark pine, which plays such a key role in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, may be eligible for protection under the Endangered Species Act -- a designation that could start the process of protecting the pine from further harm.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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