A wide-eyed view of the Red Desert.
This is about one of those places in Wyoming that is wonderful, and being destroyed by the gas industry, while Governor Freudenthal diverts attention to 150 or so wolves that wander a small part of the state near Yellowstone.
A wide-eyed view of the Red Desert. If more people see […]Continue Reading →
Wyoming, still hasn’t received permission to manage wolves from the federal government, but they want the number of packs, outside Yellowstone Park, said to be 23, reduced to six. To add insult to injury they don’t want to pay for it. They want the federal government to do it before wolf management is handed over […]Continue Reading →
Yellowstone National Park wolf field notes Dec. 20-29, 2006 (with update Jan. 1)
Here is another great Yellowstone northern range wolf report by Kathie Lynch.
Of particular important to me was the observation that the Druids seem to have lost their alpha female (there is now a new one). Also interesting is the aggressiveness of the Agate Creek Pack, which is larger than the Sloughs, Druids, or Hellroaring […]Continue Reading →
Storm damage was tremendous at Mt. Rainier NP
I posted a story on this in November when 18 inches of rain fell. Since then the weather has continued very wet, and the full extent of the damage to the infrastructure is immense.
I can already see one political issue emerging. A large portion of the main entrance road washed away and is now […]Continue Reading →
Roadkill higher than usual in Jackson Hole this winter
Here is the story by Whitney Royster. It is isn’t just deer/vehicle collisions.Continue Reading →
Chronic Wasting Disease spreads east of Sundance, Wyoming to Muddy Gap
More bad news from Wyoming. Chronic Wasting Disease (“mad elk” and “mad deer” disease) has spread further in the state. Fortunately, it was not detected moving further west this year – toward the greater Yellowstone ecosystem.
Story in the Casper Star Tribune. By Brodie Farquhar.Continue Reading →
Muzzle wolf official?
It looks like Mitch King, regional director for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is trying to undo a bit of damage he did recently because it certainly sounded like they were trying to muzzle Ed Bangs as the Service was trying to work out a deal with Wyoming, and a Wyoming state representative was […]Continue Reading →
Regulations Fence Out Successful [Mexican] Wolf Reintroduction
The Center for Biological Diversity filed suit Dec. 14 to compel the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to implement reforms to the Mexican gray wolf reintroduction program that a scientific panel had urged back in June 2001.
This was a wolf restoration program that was designed in a way that it could not possibly […]Continue Reading →
Kathleen Clarke, head of the BLM has resigned.
As ePluribus Media says “There’s got to be more to this story.”
We see the head of the largest of the national lands systems resign, and there’s just a tiny story on a slow media day, heading into New Year’s weekend.
Clarke was in the dig-it-up, tear-it-up-mould of Gale Norton; and […]Continue Reading →
Gale Norton will join Royal Dutch Shell
Is anyone surprised?
Story: Norton will join Royal Dutch Shell.
The former Interior secretary has taken a job in Colorado as a general counsel in the unit working to recover oil from shale.
By Steve McMillan
Denver Post Staff Writer
Here is Todd Wilkinson’s take on it in New West. Continue Reading →
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