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Audio Tale: Wolf Encounter in Glacier Bay National Park

Audio Tale: Wolf Encounter in Glacier Bay National Park

Candice Gaukel Andrews September 27, 2018 1

One summer morning, while camping on an island far off the beaten path in Glacier Bay National Park in Alaska, naturalist Richard Nelson and a friend set off in kayaks and paddled toward the

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Our Best Public Land Defenders Have Feathers, Fins or Fur

Our Best Public Land Defenders Have Feathers, Fins or Fur

Candice Gaukel Andrews July 10, 2018 0

Saving natural and wild areas from development and for the use of people like you and me is usually thought to be thanks to endeavors such as national park unit designations, wilderness area nominations or

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Ranching in Wolf Territory: A New Approach

Ranching in Wolf Territory: A New Approach

Candice Gaukel Andrews November 21, 2017 9

Conflict between wolves and ranchers is just about as old as, well, as there have been ranchers in the West. Wolves were nearly hunted, poisoned and trapped to extinction in the Lower 48 a

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Rushing into a World without Gray Wolves or Grizzly Bears

Rushing into a World without Gray Wolves or Grizzly Bears

Candice Gaukel Andrews April 11, 2017 3

Grizzly bears and wolves. Other than bison, does America have any mammals more representative of our nation? Unfortunately for them, grizzly bears and wolves are predators, and that sets them apart from bison. It

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Video: 20 Years after the Return of the Wolf

Video: 20 Years after the Return of the Wolf

Candice Gaukel Andrews September 17, 2015 4

This year, 2015, marks the 20th anniversary of the wolf’s return to Yellowstone National Park. On January 12, 1995, eight gray wolves from Alberta, Canada, were reintroduced into the park and became the first to

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Could Biodiversity Keep Humans Healthier?

Could Biodiversity Keep Humans Healthier?

Derek Ward July 13, 2015 0

With an increase in Lyme disease in the U.S. this spring, ecologists are searching for ways to control the spread of the disease. Recent evidence suggests that a higher biodiversity within ecosystems may in

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