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E. Donnall Thomas Jr.

E. Donnall Thomas Jr.

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Mountain Lion: Misunderstood Quarry, Under-Appreciated Cuisine

Predators

Mountain Lion: Misunderstood Quarry, Under-Appreciated Cuisine

Some hunters might find it hard to believe that a saucer-shaped depression in a fresh layer of snow can arouse just as much excitement as the sudden appearance of a bugling bull elk—unless they were experienced mountain lion hunters. Then, they’d know the drill. The abrupt transformation inside the...
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A Battle Lost: Alaska’s Tongass National Forest Will Open for Logging, New Roads

Environmental Issues

A Battle Lost: Alaska’s Tongass National Forest Will Open for Logging, New Roads

Southeast Alaska’s Tongass National Forest, the world’s largest temperate rainforest, supports robust populations of large black and brown bears, Sitka blacktail deer, moose, and mountain goats. The area’s salmon fishing is justifiably famous, and its streams provide the last bastion of our native...
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Blue-Collar Bonefish: Wading the Texas Coast for Reds

Saltwater

Blue-Collar Bonefish: Wading the Texas Coast for Reds

As a Westerner, it always takes me time to adjust to the sight of the sun sitting on the horizon early in the morning. That’s not the way it works on the Pacific Coast. But there it was, casting gentle, oblique light across the surface of the Laguna Madre, the long strip of inshore shallows that...
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Guest Opinion: Retain the Tongass National Forest Roadless Rule

Public Lands & Waters

Guest Opinion: Retain the Tongass National Forest Roadless Rule

You’ve probably heard the saying about opinions being like that piece of anatomy everyone has and always stinks. Well, that may be true, but we believe in respectful dialogue. Throughout 2020 we’ll be bringing you a series of guest op-eds about hunting, fishing, and conservation. You may not agree...
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