From Douglas H. Chadwick:
On a midsummer tundra day in Alaska, I hiked to a hillside overlooking a cascade. The waters thrummed and thundered, some...
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BILLINGS, Mont. — Grizzly bear deaths neared record levels for the region around Yellowstone National Park in 2010, but government biologists sa...
Kerry Gunther, Yellowstone's chief grizzly biologist, figured that the odds of being attacked by a grizzly in Yellowstone are one in 2,000,000. The odds of being struck by lightning are one in 500,000. Is the reverend also cursing the sky?
Though the facts are not entirely clear, one thing can be said for sure. As development and climate change destroy habitat and food sources, bears and humans will be pushed together.
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