Wolverines in Eagle Cap Wilderness

I always think it’s interesting when people study animals and find they were around but no one saw them. More so when they’re fairly large and carnivorous. Ferocious loners Written by Dick Mason, The Observer March 09, 2012 01:43 pm Forest Service biologist shares insight about wolverines in Eagle Cap Wilderness A wolverine reaches up …

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Free America from her Public Lands?

Robert H. Nelson is at it again, pitching the transfer, sale, or lease of much of our federal lands. Today’s installment comes from the Denver Post, 3/11/2011, where Nelson writes as “Guest Commentary” a little diatribe titled Free America’s West. I remember Nelson’s earlier attempts to sell the idea of selling or leasing much of …

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“Collaboration on natural resource management is divide and conquer” The Wildlife News

Found from another pingback… This is from the Wildlife News here. Here’s the “about” page for the Wildlife News. Collaboration on natural resource management is divide and conquer By Ralph Maughan On March 11, 2012 ยท 3 Comments Collaboration is all the rage. How it has worked in Montana- Past stories have not been very …

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Baldcypress on the De Soto National Forest

While inspecting the work of re-establishing property lines in the De Soto National Forest in Mississippi, I ran across this patch of baldcypress trees. They immediately became one of my favorite trees, when I first discovered them, years before, in South Carolina. One of the oddest things I saw was a mall parking lot planted …

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