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12/30/07 Reports on the Druids and Sloughs as mating season nears (by Kathie Lynch in Ralph Maughan's Wildlife News)
12/29/07 Go west ol' feller (by Yellowstoner)--with link of notice of report to World Heritage Committee from NPS and other interesting tidbits
12/28/07 Status of gray wolf recovery, 12/21/07 to 12/28/07 (by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service)
12/27/07 Update from the field (by Buffalo Field Campaign)-- 8more dead buffalo; quota for first period of hunt reached
12/22/07 Died this day: Ferdinand V. Hayden, geologist (by Michael Barton)
12/21/07 Status of gray wolf recovery, 12/14/07 to 12/21/07 (by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service)
12/20/07 Cyber-parks coming to a flat screen near you: Yellowstone to unveil live streaming Web camera at Old Faithful Geyser (press release by Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility)
12/20/07 Lynx in Yellowstone (by Lizz)--very cool! Shares photo and letter from her dad; says photo is first Yellowstone lynx photo ever
12/20/07 Update from the field (by Buffalo Field Campaign)--bison death toll up to 20
12/19/07 Federal officials embrace Wyoming wolf killing plan: Approval ignores economic and ecological benefits of wolves (press release by Earthjustice)
12/18/07 Omnibus Bill provides $2 billion 08 budget for National Park Service (by Kurt Repanshek National Parks Traveler)
12/17/07 Frozen hair holds secrets of Yellowstone grizzlies (press release by Montana State University)
12/17/07 Availability still strong for Yellowstone Association Institute Field Seminars (press release by Yellowstone Association in TravelVideo.TV)
12/14/07 Status of gray wolf recovery, 12/07/07 to 12/14/07 (by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service)
12/13/07 Update from the field (by Buffalo Field Campaign)
12/13/07 Final winter use rule for Yellowstone and Grand Teton published in Federal Register (press release by National Park Service)
12/13/07 Yellowstone set to open for winter season (press release by National Park Service)
12/10/07 Yellowstone ornament displayed on official White House Christmas tree (press release by National Park Service)
12/8/07 One hundred twenty years ago this winter ... (by Janet Chapple)
12/07/07 Status of gray wolf recovery, 11/30/07 to 12/07/07 (by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service)
12/6/07 Update from the field (by Buffalo Field Campaign in Ralph Maughan's Wildlife News)--looks like rough winter and spring ahead
12/6/07 Yellowstone doubles its cell phone use amid tower struggles: Park ignores agency policy to limit government cell phones to verified need (press release by Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility)
12/6/07 Yellowstone National Park Lodges, announces winter activities, transportation rates and dates (press release by Xanterra Parks & Resorts in e-Travel Blackboard)--winter season for the wealthy begins soon
12/3/07 MSU Dec. 9 concert honors Jeff Korba (press release by Montana State University)--Korba was the unfortunate young man who died in a car accident in Yellowstone last week
12/2/07 Haydens probably down to three wolves (by Ralph Maughan)
12/1/07 National Parks contribute holiday ornaments to White House Christmas tree (by Kurt Repanshek National Parks Traveler)--I couldn't help but comment my annoyance at all the press on this; it's cluttering up the newspaper!
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12/31/07 Coyote killed in Yellowstone Park after biting 2 people (by Billings Gazette)
12/31/07 Avalanche awareness courses planned (AP story in Montana's News Station)
12/31/07 Yellowstone hit by magnitude 3.6 quake (AP story in The Union-Tribune--CA)
12/30/07 Groups rap park threats report (by Brodie Farquhar Casper Star-Tribune)
12/30/07 National parks, Italy among top vacation spots (AP story in Boston Herald)
12/29/07 Yellowstone's Sylvan Pass open (by Aaron Kunz KPVI--ID)--but could close; winter storm may hit
12/29/07 Wyoming drafts wolf hunting regulations (by Cory Hatch Jackson Hole News & Guide)
12/28/07 Watching wolves: Researchers examine predator behavior (by Bruce McPherson West Yellowstone News)
12/28/07 More baby boomers head to Mountain West (by Associated Press)
12/27/07 Sun Ranch slates 11,000 acres for conservation easement (by David Nolt New West)
12/27/07 Species, visitor effects still key issues at park (by Mike Stark Billings Gazette)
12/27/07 Focus shifts to feeding on National Elk Refuge (by Cory Hatch Jackson Hole News & Guide)
12/27/07 Snowboarders rescued (by Katy Niner Jackson Hole News & Guide)
12/26/07 Draft Idaho roadless rule sparks opposition: Conservationists say plan would allow developmen on 6 million acres statewide (by Jason Kauffman Idaho Mountain Express and Guide)
12/26/07 Wildlife part of worship in park (AP story in Billings Gazette)
12/25/07 Run-ins with grizzly bears raise questions about renewing hunts (AP story in The Albuquerque Tribune)
12/24/07 Trial bison vaccinations could start this winter (by Cory Hatch Jackson Hole News & Guide)
12/24/07 New pullout opens in time for elk viewing (by Noah Brenner Jackson Hole News & Guide)
12/23/07 Yellowstone chapel ready for Christmas Eve services (AP story in Montana's News Station)
12/22/07 Tainted rainfall affecting parks: Agency's report finds more ammonia in Yellowstone, Glacier (by Mike Stark Billings Gazette)
12/22/07 Bill gives parks boost (by Brodie Farquhar Casper Star-Tribune)
12/22/07 Impact report released for Lonesome Wood plan (by Scott McMillion Bozeman Daily Chronicle)
12/22/07 Comments sought on Hebgen-area project (by Billings Gazette)
12/22/07 Grizzlies, wolves enjoy Christmas treats (by Scott McMillion Bozeman Daily Chronicle)--about Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center in West Yellowstone
12/21/07 The gun lobby targets Yellowstone (by Pat Dawson Time)
12/21/07 Wolf hunt gets preliminary approval (AP story in Great Falls Tribune)
12/21/07 Grand Teton National Park open for winter season (by Chris Hansen New West)
12/21/07 Gallatin forest environmental plan opening for comment (by Alyson Savastano Montana's News Station)--with video
12/21/07 Free download 'WolfQuest' allows gamers to follow call of wild (AP story in The Dickinson Press--ND)
12/21/07 Sylvan Pass opens, closes, opens again (by Scott McMillion Bozeman Daily Chronicle)
12/21/07 Weather wallops web cam (by Brodie Farquhar Casper Star-Tribune)
12/21/07 State to try changes on some feed grounds (by Cory Hatch Jackson Hole News & Guide)
12/21/07 Snow blankets Tetons (by Thomas Dewell Jackson Hole News & Guide)
12/21/07 Federal red tape trips up Primal Quest Montana (by Scott McMillion Bozeman Daily Chronicle)
12/20/07 Truck to suck deicer from airport tarmac (by Cory Hatch Jackson Hole News & Guide)--at Jackson Hole airport in Grand Teton NP
12/20/07 Bison hunt starting slow (by Scott McMillion Bozeman Daily Chronicle)
12/20/07 Budget carries $111.6M in Montana projects (by Noelle Straub Billings Gazette)--some earmarks for Yellowstone, among them $3.7M for wastewater
12/20/07 State still on safe side of brucellosis: Test results must remain clean through July 2009 for favored status to stay (by Mike Stark Billings Gazette)
12/19/07 Guns in Yellowstone? Sen. Crapo wants firearms allowed in national parks (by Joyce Edlefsen Standard Journal--ID)
12/19/07 Park opens for winter season (by Penny Preston KULR--MT)--with video
12/19/07 He's no Rudy or Mitt (by Michael Johnson Cody Enterprise)--virtually unknown Republican presidental candidate Dr. Hugh Cort going to take a snowmobile trip through Yellowstone via East Entrance; 12/21 Cort's visit to Yellowstone by snowmobile likely derailed
12/19/07 Yellowstone opens for winter season (by David Nolt New West)
12/19/07 Conservation, development & class conflict: The case of Ameya Preserve (by David Nolt New West)
12/19/07 Thousands of Montana brucellosis tests negative (AP story in KXMC--ND)
12/19/07 Mountain snowpack off to slow start (by Scott McMillion Bozeman Daily Chronicle)
12/19/07 Hoback wells would drill in roadless area: Plains Exploration says it has minimized impact on environment, will not fold and go away (by Cory Hatch Jackson Hole News & Guide)
12/19/07 Valley leaders call for forest housing in town: Officials offer affordable housing solution instead of moving Bridger-Teton headquarters (by Cara Froedge Jackson Hole News & Guide)
12/18/07 Wyoming's wolf plan accepted (by Penny Preston KULR--MT)--with video
12/18/07 Yellowstone National Park bear hair studied (by Alyson Savastano Montana's News Station)--with video
12/18/07 Senators: Lift gun ban in parks (by Noelle Straub Casper Star-Tribune)
12/18/07 Yellowstone snowcoach operators gear up for winter (by Scott McMillion Bozeman Daily Chronicle)--federal omnibus bill includes "$986,000 for wolf control in the three states around Yellowstone National Park"
12/17/07 Hyalite Canyon access update (by Alison Grey New West)
12/17/07 Montana State University stores DNA for Yellowstone grizzly study (by David Nolt New West)
12/17/07 Stockgrowers want Montana agency to eliminate brucellosis (by Montana's News Station)--with video
12/17/07 Charities reap goodwill at Christmas, year end (by Johanna Love Jackson Hole News & Guide)--donation from Jackson Hole Wildlife Foundation to Grand Teton National Park
12/16/07 Stockgrowers in town (by Madelyn Jarrett KULR--MT)
12/15/07 Meeting in Boise generates no howling over F&G wolf management plan: Environmentalists, hunters and ranchers still differ, but they do so without rancor (by Rocky Barker Idaho Statesman)
12/15/07 Feds approve Wyo. wolf plan (by Jackson Hole News & Guide)
12/15/07 Sylvan Pass cleared for park opening (by Billings Gazette)
12/15/07 Yellowstone snowcoach operators gear up for winter (by Scott McMillion Bozeman Daily Chronicle)
12/15/07 State challenges plan for park (by Brodie Farquhar Casper Star-Tribune)
12/15/07 Wyoming AG challenges Yellowstone winter use plan (by Ruffin Prevost Billings Gazette)
12/15/07 G&F plan considers vaccination of bison (by Cory Hatch Jackson Hole News & Guide)
12/15/07 Gruesome work keeps FWP on top of wildlife disease: Technicians testing deer to see if chronic wasting disease is present in state (by Mike Stark Billings Gazette)
12/15/07 Servheen honored for grizzly efforts (by Karl Puckett Great Falls Tribune)
12/14/07 Winter in Yellowstone National Park (by Madelyn Jarrett KULR--MT)--with video
12/14/07 Winter openings near (by Cory Hatch Jackson Hole News & Guide)
12/14/07 Roads ready: Yellowstone Park set for winter opening: With new plan in place, snowmobiles will enter under temporary limits (by Mike Stark Billings Gazette)
12/13/07 Yellowstone opens for winter season next week (by Montana's News Station)
12/13/07 New snowmobile rules for national parks (by Nick Eaton KIDK--ID)
12/13/07 Fee plan for filming on federal lands draws criticism (by Noelle Straub Billings Gazette)
12/13/07 Fees proposed for filming on federal land (McClatchy Newspapers story in The Seattle Times)
12/12/07 Bighorn sheep to be tracked with GPS collars in Wyo. (AP story in Rocky Mountain News)
12/12/07 Bridger-Teton, other forests stretch budget: National forest will spend more on fires, less on recreation and trails with declining funds (by Cory Hatch Jackson Hole News & Guide)
12/12/07 There may be life yet in Mars rovers: Even as scientists predict a rough winter for the aging vehicles, Spirit's uncovering of soil deposits points to the planet's potential for habitability (by John Johnson Jr. Los Angeles Times)--Mars has silica like that in Yellowstone
12/12/07 Mars rover stumbles upon major discovery (by
12/11/07 Advisory council proposal tabs 130 wolves for hunting (by Eve Byron Helena Independent Record)
12/11/07 Yellowstone National Park geyser spews to life (by Beth Saboe Montana's News Station)--with video
12/11/07 Former parks chief breaks silence (by Brodie Farquhar Casper Star-Tribune)
12/11/07 Baucus introduces bill to eliminate some access fees (by Scott McMillion Bozeman Daily Chronicle)--U.S. Sen. Max Baucus is a Democrat from Montana
12/11/07 Baucus bill would stop raising of access fees (by Noelle Straub Billings Gazette)
12/11/07 State gets rain, short snowpack (by Lorna Thackeray Billings Gazette)--upper Yellowstone in good shape, NE Entrance, however, at 53 percent
12/11/07 Freudenthal repeats protest of Hoback wells (by Cory Hatch Jackson Hole News & Guide)
12/10/07 Mitigator continues Sylvan talks next week (by Carole Cloudwalker Cody Enterprise)
12/10/07 Wyoming is in the White House this Christmas (by Jodi Rogstad Wyoming Tribune-Eagle)
12/10/07 Gatgering 'round the grouse (by Dustin Bleizeffer Casper Star-Tribune)
12/10/07 Targhee up for review (by Cara Froedge Jackson Hole News & Guide)
12/9/07 Giant Geyser erupts back to life (by Mike Stark Billings Gazette)
12/9/07 Council opens wolf-hunting dialogue (by Eve Byron Helena Independent Record)
12/9/07 Annual count helps the Audubon Society track trends in bird populations (by Bozeman Daily Chronicle)
12/9/07 Elk Summit focuses on state's surplus of game (by Bozeman Daily Chronicle)
12/9/07 T.O. man's barn photo collects honor from national magazine: It's among top 15 of 62,000 entred in Parade contest (by Brett Johnson Ventura County Star--CA)--not just a barn but one with the Tetons in the background
12/8/07 Gallatin winter-use maps released (by Scott McMillion Bozeman Daily Chronicle)
12/8/07 136 wells planned in Hoback gas field (by Cory Hatch Jackson Hole News & Guide)
12/7/07 Locals react to park winter plan (by Carol Hoffmann West Yellowstone News)
12/7/07 Gigantic avalanche hurts snowmobiler (by Brett French Billings Gazette)
12/7/07 Murie Center gets boot (by Cory Hatch Jackson Hole News & Guide)
12/7/07 Forest Service aims to preserve open space (AP story in Casper Star-Tribune)--I must say that I'm wary of this initiative; tax incentives for "preserving" open space much like Nature Conservancy "conservation easements" are often enough scams that protect the land far less than they protect those rich enough to manipulate the system
12/6/07 State and federal agencies predict busy winter for bison management (by David Nolt New West)
12/6/07 What's up with that? (by Michael Becker Bozeman Daily Chronicle)--1st story under "ARTISTRY"
12/6/07 Snowmobiles push parks' noise limits (by Mike Stark Billings Gazette)
12/6/07 Study: Climate change will endanger trout (by Cory Hatch Jackson Hole News & Guide)
12/6/07 Winter welcome: Yellowstone National Park: National Park opens its gates to snow vehicles (by Ray Grass Deseret Morning News--UT)
12/6/07 'Serious' on sage grouse (by Brodie Farquhar Casper Star-Tribune)
12/5/07 Judge orders grouse listing reconsidered (by Mike Stark Billings Gazette)
12/5/07 Bison management plan discussed in Bozeman (by Montana's News Station)--with video
12/5/07 Avalanche warning continues (AP story in KXMB--ND)--for more reports from the Gallatin National Forest area, go here
12/5/07 Budget fight jeopardizes park matching funds (by Noelle Straub Billings Gazette)--National Parks Traveler quotes Congress Daily on this issue as well.
12/5/07 Sylvan talks start Dec. 17 (AP story in Casper Star-Tribune)
12/5/07 Feds ordered to take another look at protecting sage grouse: Judge says 'best science' wasn't used in decision not to list the species (by Rocky Barker Idaho Statesman)
12/5/07 Tourist home after long walk in the cold: Donations pour in to help man stranded on closed road after following GPS (by Cory Hatch Jackson Hole News & Guide)
12/5/07 Agencies offer help with forest housing: Regional forester rejects that he has already made up his mind to move Bridger-Teton headquarters (by Cory Hatch Jackson Hole News & Guide)
12/5/07 Officials issue avalanche warnings Tuesday (by Christine Uthoff Bozeman Daily Chronicle)
12/4/07 Avalanche warning issued for mountains near Bozeman (by Montana's News Station)--with video
12/4/07 Park County water systems hear from EPA (by Ruffin Prevost Billings Gazette)--Shoshone Lodge, near Yellowstone, affected
12/4/07 Area ski resorts get average green grades (by Katy Niner Jackson Hole News & Guide)
12/3/07 As grizzlies surge in the Rockies, some want to push back (AP story in Great Falls Tribune)
12/3/07 Backcountry boost (by Brodie Farquhar Casper Star-Tribune)
12/3/07 Hay Day nets 55 tons (by Cory Hatch Jackson Hole News & Guide)
12/2/07 Shepherd-Argenbright (by Casper Star-Tribune)--wedding in Yellowstone
12/2/07 Avalanche Center aims to educate public about safe backcountry travel (by Michael Becker Bozeman Daily Chronicle)
12/1/07 'Hay Day' rolls again at refuge (by Brodie Farquhar Casper Star-Tribune)
12/1/07 Artists trim Bush's tree (by Katy Niner Jackson Hole News & Guide)
12/1/07 Yellowstone in the White House (by Noelle Straub Casper Star Tribune)--puzzled by the number of stories about this; not exactly got me itching to make the short trip down 16th Street
12/1/07 Billings, most of state see '07 tourism growth (by Lorna Thackeray Billings Gazette)
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12/31/07 Coyote on the prowl (by Chuqui)--interesting timing of this considering a coyote was just shot and killed today in Yellowstone
12/31/07 The mosquitoes of Yellowstone: They could have been the death of me (by Tom Joad)--in 1996, I hiked DeLacy Creek not too far from the divide and videotaped myself being eaten nearly to death by mosquitoes
12/31/07 2007's top national park stories (by Kurt Repanshek National Parks Traveler)
12/30/07 It could happen; my predictions for 2008 (by Scorates)--check out #16
12/29/07 Today's funny (by Michael-Sarah-Greta-Calla)
12/29/07 Public, private property lost to brucellosis policy (by Glenn Hockett, Gallatin Wildlife Association, in Billings Gazette)
12/29/07 What will 2008 bring the national park system? (by Kurt Repanshek National Parks Traveler)
12/29/07 Safety officer was loaded for bear, but the bear got there first (by Jerry George San Francisco Chronicle)
12/29/07 Wolves have better defenders than Kurds (by Hataw Sarkawt Kurdish Aspect)--an unusual analogy, but whether one agrees, these sorts of analogies are worth talking about as people connect the local with the global
12/28/07 Grizzly bears deserve tolerance too (by Betsy Robinson in West Yellowstone News)
12/27/07 Clouds & snow, fire & ice: Winter in Yellowstone (by Matt Johnson Yellowstone Spectator)
12/27/07 Packin' heat in Yellowstone (by asflutz)
12/27/07 Apocalypse at Yellowstone? (by Polymath07)
12/27/07 Did my 2007 predictions come true? (by Bill Schneider New West)
12/26/07 Wyo will save time, money on endangered species (by Casper Star-Tribune)
12/26/07 Politicizing of the parks a bad road to go down (by Caņon City Daily Record--CO)
12/26/07 Shooting in national parks (by zentrix)--a bunch of comments on this today
12/26/07 Firearms in Yellowstone? It's about time! (by Clueless Emma)
12/26/07 The gun lobby targets Yellowstone (by McCullough)
12/26/07 Christmas at Yellowstone! (by femmedemontagn)
12/26/07 Off to see Yellowstone in winter (by Esmae)
12/25/07 What of beauty? (by Shreesh)--offering a cultural relativist view on beauty using Yellowstone as an example (though is apparently an exception)
12/24/07 Euphoric in Bozeman despite it all (by
Jim Macdonald The Magic of Yellowstone)
12/23/07 "Bullshit" Gazette op-ed from Stockgrowers (by Ralph Maughan)
12/22/07 Fertilizer in the rain? (by Mike Tercek Yellowstone Spectator)
12/22/07 An idyllic Christmas in Jackson Hole (by Ben Cannon Planet Jackson Hole)
12/22/07 Brucellosis policy must protect ranchers (by Steve Roth, Montana Stockgrowers Association, in Billings Gazette)
12/22/07 The idea of wilderness (by Steve Beyer)
12/21/07 The National Elk Refuge (by David A. Murrray Boothbay Register--ME)
12/21/07 Christmas in Yellowstone (by Douglas Mehling)
12/21/07 Rockies wolf reintroduction successful--so far (by Great Falls Tribune)
12/20/07 You don't need a gun in a national park (by Casper Star-Tribune)
12/20/07 Beck: Environmentalists "took the wolves out of Yellowstone Park," "absolutely hate people" (by Media Matters for America)--but Glenn Beck's absurdity is an easy strawman; the actual history of this is a lot more complicated than this would lead you to believe
12/20/07 There's plenty of reason to be optimistic about Yellowstone's snowpack this year (by Best Fly Fishing
12/20/07 The Baucus-Crapo bill, afterthoughts (by Bill Schneider New West)
12/20/07 Norther Rockies Ecosystem Protection Act (by Lance Olsen in New West)
12/20/07 Video: Winter in Yellowstone National Park (by Jeremy Sullivan National Parks Traveler)--a beautiful short video (and an editorial comment about snowmobiles not being in the video); I also know that a lot of PBS stations will be re-showing their winter special on Yellowstone.
12/20/07 Home of the meek, land of the fee: Now Buxh wants to charge for photos in national parks (McClatchy Newspapers story in Capitol Hill Blue)
12/19/07 Robin Winks on the evolution and meaning of the Organic Act (by Robin Winks, printed with permission of the George Wright Society, in National Parks Traveler)
12/19/07 Ranger Rick shouldn't be able to take your gun (by Tom Henderson Chicago Tribune in Area Man *On* City Council)
12/19/07 My horns will get bigger (by Bradley Myers)--with an informative brief history of bighorn sheep
12/18/07 The Park Service decides about snowmobiles (by Janet Chapple)
12/18/07 Idaho "wolf viewing area" language is a menace to hunters and wildlife watchers (by Ralph Maughan)
12/18/07 Holy Yellowstone (by J F)
12/17/07 Wolves and ravens--a curious relationship (by Jon Merryman)
12/17/07 Work continues on east gate access (by Richard Reeder Cody Enterprise)
12/17/07 Idaho wolf plan panders to hunters and ranchers (by George Wuerthner New West)
12/17/07 Public lands fee plan goes way too far (by The News Tribune)
12/16/07 Walking in a winter wonderland (by Jack California)--not looking forward to working the Christmas rush for snowmobile reservations
12/16/07 4 wolves (by Carrie McClane)--also not looking forward to work but having a wonderful time
12/16/07 Peak oil impacts in Jackson Hole (by SV Koho)
12/16/07 Snow Lodge (by Joanne)--Yellowstone worker lucky to have Old Faithful eruption to herself
12/15/07 "Wolf watching areas" in Idaho wolf plan are meaningless tokens (by Ralph Maughan)
12/15/07 Economic greed tarnishes our national park system (by Kurt Repanshek National Parks Traveler)
12/15/07 An interesting comment about our site today (by Best Fly Fishing response to the small comment I posted yesterday (see below)
12/14/07 Yellowstone is readying for winter opener (by Best Fly Fishing the site's typical aversion to the controversies related to Yellowstone
12/13/07 Are the national parks not part of our federal lands? (by Kurt Repanshek National Parks Traveler)
12/11/07 Entrance fee repeal legislation would have little impact on national parks (by Kurt Repanshek National Parks Traveler)
12/11/07 About damn time (by Yellowstoner)--regarding the fluvial grayling
12/10/07 Old Faithful Inn, Yellowstone National Park (by diisha392)
12/9/07 Ups and downs (by Billings Gazette)--see the "DOWN"s and the last "UP"
12/9/07 The sky is the limit (by Bradley Myers)
12/8/07 Wonderland ... (by Brian Bastinelli)
12/7/07 The grizzly and the future of the Rocky Mountain West (by Jeffrey St. Clair in Dissident Voice)
12/6/07 Next step: Considering brucellosis--threats, opportunities and future (by Steve Roth, Montana Stockgrowers Association, in The Prairie Star--MT)
12/6/07 Yellowstone National Park under threat by human rights advocates (by Alex Birch)--ha ha
12/5/07 Wolf population management plan not supported at Pocatello meeting (by Ralph Maughan)
12/4/07 Grizzlies and hunting (by Greg L. Johnson)
12/4/07 Ewonks talk 'biles in Yellowstone (by Grace Hammond Planet Jackson Hole)--comments on e-commenters on snowmobiles
12/4/07 IDFG wolf plan public meeting--Jerome (by begreen Ralph Maughan's Wildlife News)--with video
12/4/07 Cave Falls--Yellowstone Nov. '07 (by Calvin & Amber)--rare report from Cave Falls in November; reports feeding a bird peanut brittle
12/3/07 Grand Geyser in black and white (by Geyser Gary)--and a tribute to William Henry Jackson, one of the first Yellowstone photographers (but not the very first)
12/3/07 "Hay Day" at Jackson, WY yields 55 tons of what many say is unneeded hay for Elk Refuge (by Ralph Maughan)
12/3/07 Gaming the system: Let's not astroturf public lands (by The Gazette--CO)
12/2/07 Sound brucellosis plan would help everyone (by Joe Gutkoski, American Buffalo Foundation, in Billings Gazette)

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