Yellowstone Preservationists Aren't Crying Wolf
By Mia MacDonald
Disturbance in the Valley: Wolves in the Northern Rockies
It is dawn ... in the Lamar
Valley in the northeastern corner of Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming...This
is the most vulnerable time for the herbivores, as their young cannot
yet outrun the predators who know that this is one of the best places
to catch the vulnerable.
and Brucellosis: The Wedge Issue Between Environmentalists and Ranchers
By Martin Rowe
In the winter of 1996-1997
the state of Montana had what it thught was a bison problem.
Wild for Mink in South Carolina
Lisa M. Collins
Stealth at night and invisible
during daylight...Cute and furry to the eye, these little creatures are
extremely ferocious and can devour a rabbit triple their size. Not what
you'd expect from an animal best known for the soft fur that its cousins
are caged, raised and tortured to produce for coats and stoles.
By Terri Lujan
Wild animals are not only
found in the wilderness. They often make it into the city.