Pyramid Lake on the in Nevada, a remnant of what was the enormous Lake Lahontan of prehistoric times, once held Lahontan cutthroat that grew to enormous size. The world record was a fish that weighed 41 pounds but there were rumors of fish that were as large as 100 pounds being caught in the commercial […]Continue Reading →
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Three Ways to Reform the Public Lands Grazing Program
The dust has settled on the Cliven Bundy debacle and the media has moved onto the next spectacle. The Obama Administration should take this opportunity to do a little housekeeping on its privately-grazed public lands. The example of the Nevada scofflaw’s failure to pay his grazing fees and his refusal to adhere to environmental laws – as […]Continue Reading →
Wolf Stamp–We are not beggar
A few days ago I wrote a column about a funding proposal to create a “wolf stamp” the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks commission (MDFWP) recently approved. The basic idea is for non-hunters and anglers to support the operation of the MDFWP by purchasing the stamp with the money to be devoted to […]Continue Reading →
A Tentative List of Potential National Monuments
President Obama could do a lot here- Here are my suggestions for new national monuments which Obama could designate. I have visited every site I recommend here, so I’m personally familiar with the areas. I have tried to put together a list that I think deserve protection, but also have some substantial political momentum in […]Continue Reading →
OR-7 and mate have pups
Far wandering wolf and mate have first Oregon Cascade pups in over 70 years-
There was joy among wolf conservationists this spring when famous wolf OR-7 was found to be in company of a female wolf after his years of wandering over a thousand miles from his NE Oregon birthplace and then probably thousands more around the […]Continue Reading →
Wolf Stamp Would Be a Step Forward for Wolves, Wildlife, Montana
A Response to George Wuerthner’s column–
On Monday, George Wuerthner published a column attacking and criticizing the recently proposed Wolf Conservation Stamp in Montana. As the person who worked closely with a Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP) commissioner to develop this proposal, and as someone who thinks it is an amazing and much-needed opportunity […]Continue Reading →
Montana’s Wolf “conservation” Stamp A Wolf In Sheep’s Clothing
Recently the Montana Dept of Fish, Wildlife and Parks (MDFWP) commission approved a new “Wolf Conservation Stamp”. The purpose of the stamp is ostensibly to get non hunters to pay for wildlife “management”, especially the “management” of wolves. The stamp would be voluntary. Despite the fact that I support the idea of non-hunters/anglers paying to […]Continue Reading →
The establishment of Yellowstone National Park in 1872 is one of the greatest achievements in American history, affording protection to one of our country’s true wild places. Appreciation for this action, and the land it preserved, is being cherished more and more by each passing generation. And Yellowstone is much more than an American treasure; […]Continue Reading →
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