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Video of the First Federally Protected Wildlife Corridor: the Pronghorn Path

Video of the First Federally Protected Wildlife Corridor: the Pronghorn Path

Candice Gaukel Andrews October 16, 2014 18

For nearly 6,000 years, pronghorn have made an annual migration from their summer range around the highlands of Grand Teton National Park to their wintering grounds, located about 170 miles south in the sagebrush-covered Upper Green

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Are Fences the Last, Best Hope for African Lions?

Are Fences the Last, Best Hope for African Lions?

Candice Gaukel Andrews March 12, 2013 17

“Good fences make good neighbors” is a mid-17th-century proverb, popularized by author Robert Frost in his 1914 poem “Mending Wall.” According to a new report published last week, that may just be the case—especially

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