All posts tagged "Wildlife"
THE BUZZ: Lobo Lust Wipes Out 19 Wapiti
Elk massacre in the Hoback is a rare example frenzy killing by the wolf. JACKSON HOLE, WY – Bears do it. So do foxes, honey badgers, and mountain lions. Even orcas and household lap cats do it....
- Posted March 29, 2016
THE BUZZ: Grizzly Warfare… Again
Fears and fights sure to ensue as bruins return to state management. JACKSON HOLE, WY – The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) announced earlier this week what most expected was coming: grizzly bears no longer need...
- Posted March 8, 2016
GUEST OPINION: Know Before You Go
Outdoor winter revelry can come at a high cost to our wild neighbors. Jackson, WY – We knew it was wrong, but we didn’t care. Over the past few seasons we’d logged hundreds of laps in Granite...
- Posted December 8, 2015
GET OUT: Animal Encounters
What to do when you meet a new furry friend Jackson, WY – With every excursion this fall, I’ve encountered some sort of wildlife between my front door and the woods. Though woods walking may be mellow,...
- Posted October 6, 2015
GUEST OPINION: Keep Jackson Wild
Citizens must take steps to ensure peaceful co-existence among ‘everyone’ Black bears breaking into a Hoback home, raiding picnics at String Lake and shutting down the Moose-Wilson road. Smoke from monster wildfires across the west fouling our...
- Posted September 22, 2015
FEATURE: The Art of WILD
Local flavor storms the screen for film festival National Geographic is no stranger to the talent Jackson photographers and filmmakers possess and the resources they have in their backyard. So when the snowboard documentary “The Art of...
- Posted September 15, 2015
GUEST OPINION: Let the animals roam
Support wildlife crossings to decrease wildlife-vehicle collisions, protect migration paths in the valley Jackson Hole, Wyoming – The driver screamed as the windshield shattered and the START bus came to a crashing halt on the side of...
- Posted June 30, 2015
PROPS & DISSES
Wildlife woes Jackson, Wyoming – Spring is the roughest time for wildlife. Ungulates are weak, but still calving and fawning. Carnivores are hungry after a long winter of slim pickings. Omnivores, those that hibernate, are grouchy and...
- Posted April 14, 2015
This Week’s PLANET Picks
In the name of the horn Jackson, Wyoming – When Amanda White traveled to South Africa for a course on wildlife ranger training, her close encounters with its indigenous animals sparked a newfound love. She would soon...
- Posted March 18, 2015
2014 A year to forget for wildlife
Jackson Hole, Wyoming – The year 2014 will be remembered as tough on wildlife. From an unfortunate moose fatality in the Gros Ventre to an elk bloodbath in the park to a high-profile grizzly removal, the passing...
- Posted December 31, 2014