October 9, 2006

  • Wolves continually disperse southward in Wyoming following the drainages like the Greys River and the flanks of the Wyoming Range and the Salt River Range. Most, but not all, run into lots of livestock, especially sheep as they get further south, and the wolves disappear. Here, from last summer, is a band of sheep getting…

  • Hmmm. Well I’m opposed to this “property rights measure,” and folks might note I’m plenty angry. Here is a story in the New York Times that features Idaho as ground zero for the so-called “property rights” measures. Anger Drives Property Rights Measures. New York Times. This ” Katie Breckenridge” of Picabo, Idaho might be angry…

  • A decade ago, “old west” patterns of thinking were still strongly preventing a realistic assessment of what the Western United States was really doing and how it was changing. These attitudes are now giving way, but slowly. Here is how the Sonoran Institute sees it. You’e Come a Long Way, Cowboy

  • Logan Canyon is a well known and loved, lengthy canyon through the Bear River Range of the Wasatch. Autumn colors are always brilliant as this on Sunday, Oct. 8, 2006. In Logan, Canyon. Bear River Range. Sunday, Oct. 8, 2006. Copyright Ralph Maughan

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