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Homecoming: Elk Step Onto Ho-Chunk Lands for First Time in 100 Years
They were driven out more than 100 years ago, but finally the elk are coming home to the Ho-Chunk Nation...
Elk Returning to Ho-Chunk Lands a Century After Being Driven Out
Elk once roamed Wisconsin, a native species...
Photo: Crow Official Fights for Treaty Rights to Hunt Elk
This week’s image stems from a hunting debate over treaty rights.
Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Explores Elk Restoration
Before European settlement, there were thousands of omashkoozoog (elk) in what is now the state of Minnesota...
Crow Official Fights for Treaty Rights to Hunt Elk
Three Crow tribal members have been cited in Wyoming for shooting elk out of season. Clayvin Herrera is one of those, along with his brother Colbert Herrera and Ronnie Fisher...
Hazed and Confused: Documentary Highlights Yellowstone Bison Plight in Montana
The opening footage is jarring: helicopters hovering over running buffalo; a fleet of vehicles chasing a lone animal that appears to be galloping for its life...
Photographers Sue to Stop Grand Teton Elk Hunt
Angus M. Thuermer Jr., WyoFile
Editor's note: Reprinted with permission from Wyofile . This story first ran on October 21, 2014. Two Teton County photographers filed a lawsuit in Washington, D.C...
Video: Wolves Transform the Rivers in Yellowstone National Park
Wolves are changing not only the wildlife of Yellowstone National Park since being reintroduced after a 70-year absence, but also the geography—namely, the rivers...
Money Made, Money Lost? Leases on Former Fort Lewis College Campus Raise Ire
Emery Cowan, Durango Herald Staff Writer
Members of the Southwest Conservation Corps, a nonprofit that works on local land-conservation projects, unload gear into one of the historic buildings on the old Fort Lewis Colleg...
Extraction by Explosion May Be in Dead Cows' Future
A half-dozen frozen cows interred in a cabin high in the Rockies may have to be blasted out before they defrost, wildlife authorities say...
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