Tag: habitat restoration

Trapped in Paradise

Trapped in Paradise

Decades of neglect have turned much of America’s forests into fire traps. Many need immediate attention to reduce brush, dead trees and overcrowding.

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Beavers in Utah

Beavers in Utah

Utah’s population of beaver has recovered since the days when they were trapped by mountain men, but some people wonder if moving beaver to traditional habitat may help deal with drought. Beaver were found across

Maybe This is Why You Don’t Like the Research Coming From Land Grant Colleges

Maybe This is Why You Don’t Like the Research Coming From Land Grant Colleges

This thoughtful article discusses inadequate funding for the land grant colleges and how this shortfall affects research. Not mentioned is that, faced with this continual funding crisis, the land grant colleges have accepted massive funding

Game Ranch Fined for Pesticide Misuse in Hill Country Bat Cave Incident

Game Ranch Fined for Pesticide Misuse in Hill Country Bat Cave Incident

Pesticides, herbicides, chemical fertilizers, antibiotics and countless harmful additives are used on our farms and ranches every day. The only differences in the events described in this article and millions of similar episodes across the

Disease Threatening Deer Population Has Spread to 26 States

Disease Threatening Deer Population Has Spread to 26 States

According to this article, Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) was first “discovered” in mule deer at a wildlife research facility in Colorado in 1967. Here is, as Paul Harvey used to say, “The rest of the

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DNA Of Wolf Declared Extinct In Wild Lives On In Texas Pack

More on the ‘discovery’ of Red Wolves in Texas. The real hero is “Wil E. Coyote” the indomitable little wolf of our Southwestern Deserts. Like his roadrunner cartoon adversary, Coyote has run circles around the ‘conservation’

Put Down the Kombucha and Pick Up a Crossbow

Put Down the Kombucha and Pick Up a Crossbow

The number of active hunters has been falling for decades. Because hunters have always led the effort and funding for wildlife and habitat conservation, declining hunter numbers is a major threat to wildlife. Non-hunters have

Environmental Groups Leave Oregon Wolf Plan Discussions

Do States Manage Wolves Better?

Decades of experience with wildlife and forestry management shows that state agencies generally produce better results than federal agencies. It’s not that the feds don’t know what needs to be done; it’s that they can’t

Wild Canids Carry DNA of “Extinct” Red Wolves

“Wil E. Coyote” for the Evolutionary Win

More on the “discovery” of Red Wolves in Texas. The real hero is “Wil E. Coyote,” the indomitable little wolf of our Southwestern deserts. Taking a cue from “The Roadrunner,” his cartoon adversary, the coyote

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Elk Country Chronicles – The Sounds of Elk Country Volume 10

Elk Country Chronicles – The Sounds of Elk Country Volume 10

Nothing is as peaceful as elk country. Rather than trying to eliminate all elk on Texas’ public lands under the scientifically-bogus belief that they are an “invasive, exotic” species that harms bighorn, pronghorn and mule