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its plants and animals, and the natural systems on which all life depends.
Some of the taxidermied wildlife even poop M&Ms.
This Montana cattle ranch is trying to ensure its operations benefit wildlife—and yes, that means wolves, too.
Desert-friendly cattle that came over with Columbus might be better bovines for the drought-plagued West.
For wolverine research in Montana, it’s all about getting a belly shot of those scrappy recluses.
Consumers are increasingly getting to know their local fish—and fishermen—through companies that cut out the middleman.
To ensure its survival, California’s only native freshwater turtle will be wintering in captivity this year.
A major bill passed by Congress last week included good news for conservation in the West—and some serious setbacks.
Drought is forcing black bears to descend on western towns for a pre-hibernation snack.
Despite the Republican swing, the next Congress might actually protect some wilderness. ’Bout time.
As the state’s drought reaches the next level, Californians will have to learn to live in a waterless reality.
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