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New ‘atlas of the Absaroka-Beartooths’ reminds us why wild places matter

December 10, 2019 – https://buckrail.com The “Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem” is a marvel in the modern world. Why is that? Compared to everywhere else in the Lower 48 states, Greater Yellowstone’s natural landscapes, which encompass differing land management jurisdictions, remain intact and not wholly fragmented by human activity and development. In turn, this remarkable mixture of…

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Where the wild things are…

Looking for some opportunities to visit and/or support a wolf conservation center? There’s a website that lists the links to various centers across the US and even Canada! Enjoy! https://www.graywolfconservation.com/Captivity/seeing_captive_wolves.htm

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America’s Wildlife Values

I thought the article below was quite interesting…you may too. After reading it, I wondered how many non-mutualists would read it and two, is this information that can be useful in conservation and wildlife campaigns? Food foe thought IMO. https://defenders.org/blog/2019/09/americas-wildlife-values?fbclid=IwAR1HSgDdmn5ldC6uDLgxLBF3i6ZGFgAKtYiOJ2TF0Dk2do2WnvBfddMMYQU

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What wolves’ teeth reveal about their lives

by Stuart Wolpert, University of California, Los Angeles UCLA evolutionary biologist Blaire Van Valkenburgh has spent more than three decades studying the skulls of many species of large carnivores—including wolves, lions and tigers— that lived from 50,000 years ago to the present. She reports today in the journal eLife the answer to a puzzling question. Essential to the…

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Join the Your Shot campaign for gray wolf recovery

Western Wildlife Conservancy is proud to be a member of the Rocky Mountain Wolf Project, a coalition of citizens and organizations with one mission: to raise public awareness of the gray wolf – of its important role of wolves  in ecosystems  and the options for re-establishing a population to western Colorado.   Colorado and Utah…

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