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American Buffalo: In Search of a Lost Icon
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By Steven Rinella. An adventurous, fascinating examination of an animal that has haunted the American imagination.
How Scat-Sniffing Dogs Revolutionize Wildlife Research

Wildlife Management

How Scat-Sniffing Dogs Revolutionize Wildlife Research

Pepin wakes up well before sunrise every morning, just in time to summit southeastern Montana’s Centennial Mountains with a team of biologists. Unlike his human handlers, Pepin skips the coffee. His pregame jitters surpass anything you can derive from caffeine. At a whopping 80 pounds, Pepin is...
Michael Adams Jan 25, 2023
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The Modern-Day Johnny Appleseed

Anthropology

The Modern-Day Johnny Appleseed

If historic apples from America’s pioneer past were fugitives, they’d find few ridgetops high enough or woodlots dense enough to elude Tom Brown. Brown, 81, is a die-hard apple hunter who traverses the Appalachians from Georgia to Pennsylvania tracking down and conserving lost and long-forgotten...
Patrick Durkin Jan 23, 2023
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Polar Bear Kills Mother and Toddler in Alaska

Wildlife Management

Polar Bear Kills Mother and Toddler in Alaska

A mother and her one-year-old son were killed Tuesday, Jan. 17, in a rare unprovoked attack in the remote village of Wales, according to Alaska state troopers. Officials identified the victims as 24-year-old Summer Myomick and 1-year-old Clyde Ongtowasruk. The trooper’s report indicated that a polar...
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Study: Early Homo Sapiens Used Cave Drawings Like Trail Cams

Anthropology

Study: Early Homo Sapiens Used Cave Drawings Like Trail Cams

Your mother-in-law may not understand your obsession with the reproductive cycles of game animals, but a new study suggests that ancient hunter-gatherers shared your fascination—and they used what could be the earliest forms of writing to capitalize on it. The study, published this month in the...
Jordan Sillars Jan 19, 2023
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The Science of Cinnamon Black Bears

Wildlife Management

The Science of Cinnamon Black Bears

As hunters, we’re well aware that black bears, despite their name, come in many color schemes. Spend much time in the woods, and at some point, you’re almost guaranteed to sit, scratching your head, as you watch a strawberry-blonde sow tote around a gaggle of chocolate-colored cubs. And if you’ve...
Eli Fournier Jan 18, 2023
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17-Year-Old Hunter Harvests Rare Albino Antelope

Wildlife Management

17-Year-Old Hunter Harvests Rare Albino Antelope

A 17-year-old girl accomplished a one-in-a-lifetime hunt after successfully bagging a rare all-white antelope in Wyoming on October 27. Tristian Olsen of Forestville, New York, was hunting private land in Johnson County when she spotted the albino antelope juxtaposed against the golden hills of...
Hannah McKinney Jan 13, 2023
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Mammoth Discovery Would Double Timeline of Humans in North America

Anthropology

Mammoth Discovery Would Double Timeline of Humans in North America

Nine years ago, during a casual afternoon stroll, Gary Hartley uncovered one of the most controversial finds in modern anthropology. Hartley had been hiking a narrow game trail that followed the Rio Puerco, a small tributary to the famous Rio Chama, in northern New Mexico. The creek and game trail...
Michael Adams Jan 12, 2023
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Colorado Releases Draft of Wolf Reintroduction Plan

Wildlife Management

Colorado Releases Draft of Wolf Reintroduction Plan

Wolves may be the most contentious wild animals in North America. Where they are or aren’t dominates the minds of hunters, conservationists, animal rights activists, politicians, and bureaucrats year-round. Today, when the debate isn’t over whether or not wolves should be listed under the Endangered...
Charlie Booher Jan 12, 2023
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