We have made links to web cams in Idaho, Montana and Western Wyoming (wolf country)-.
Alpine, ID/WY web cam. Located on the Idaho-Wyoming border looking east to the mouth of the Snake River Canyon.
Apgar Mountain web cam. This is a backcountry web cam in […]
Montana Office NRDC
I just read the article in NRDC’s On Earth about the JBarL ranch in Montana’s Centennial Valley. As the Montana representative, I suspect you had a hand in helping to promote this article.
Now I know you didn’t write the piece, […]
It is time to create a new page of “Interesting Wildlife News.” Please put your wildlife news in the comments below.
Beaver-felled willow trees. East Fork Mink Creek near Pocatello, ID. Copyright Ralph Maughan
Do not post copyrighted material, and here is the link to the “old” wildlife news of June 2, […]
Boise, ID. Idaho-based Western Watersheds Project and other conservation groups filed administrative protests today against 14 federal sage grouse plans, spanning 10 western states saying they don’t adequately protect the birds.
WildEarth Guardians and the Center for Biological Diversity joined Western Watersheds in the protests saying the federal plans disregard the scientific consensus […]
Five to one in favor comments were not well publicized-
This month the National Park Service and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service released a detailed report on the recent comments the public made on the proposal to restore grizzly bears to the North Cascades in Washington State. The report goes on at great length, but […]
Evidence is the onslaught of these ecologically useless fish is ending-
We haven’t discussed the status of the illegally introduced lake trout in Yellowstone Lake for two years now, but the continuing evidence for their decline is good.
The dawn to dusk, 6-days-a-week effort, gillnetting with five boats is catching fewer lake trout each year. […]Continue Reading →
Scenic source of Big Lost River has been abused by cattle too long-
Western Watersheds Project goes to court to protect fish in Copper Basin
Boise, ID – In order to defend fisheries on the Salmon-Challis National Forest, Western Watersheds Project filed a lawsuit today against the U.S. Forest Service for its authorization of harmful […]Continue Reading →
The following is commentary from Phil Cafaro, professor at Colorado State University that are germane to all of us who value wildlands, wildlife and a functioning environment. Below are portions of the Pope Francis speech and Phil’s commentary in italics.
There is a lot to chew on in the Pope’s encyclical letter, released […]Continue Reading →
This is ironic. Hunters and livestock owners complain that wolves are decimating elk herds and livestock. Yet the state finds it has too many elk. Of course, some of those abundant elk are in the eastern part of the state where there are few wolves, but much of the western part of the state is […]Continue Reading →
America’s most fundamental wildlife treaty strangled of funding in House with a voice vote!
South Carolina’s Republican congressman Jeff Duncan decided to do a little something special for his favorite constituents. That is not the people in his district. It is the oil companies.
As part of his “True ‘All of the Above Approach […]Continue Reading →
Politicians complain of cost then support the wrong solution — more logging The timber industry, politicians and others bemoan the growing cost of firefighting in the West. The proposed solution is more logging of forests in the belief that thinning will reduce the occurrence of large fires and protect communities. However, there are a host […]Continue Reading →