Steamboat Springs, Colo. Colorado Parks and Wildlife has begun to see impacts on wildlife as snow continues to pile up in Routt County. With another round of snow on the way
On October 17th, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack and Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon signed a memorandum of understanding that ratifies a partnership between the state of Wyoming and the U.S. Department
Wayne Slaght stares out across the Two Creek Monture Ranch at the state wildlife managers unspooling strips of red fabric that now encircle his calving lot. A breeze coming off
In this bonus episode, we take you live to the International Wolf Symposium, on October 11th, for a talk by Matthew Collins, Western Landowners Alliance’s Working Wild Challenge program associate.
As wolf population recovery and reintroduction take place around the West, the challenging subject of lethal control, whether wolves that prey on livestock should be killed, is under discussion. Regulated
Decades of experience with this conservation challenge has left longtime Private land wildlife manager Rick Danvir with some wisdom, and some scars. When I signed on with Deseret Ranch back in
We thought you might enjoy this short interview that aired on the Colorado Howl radio show, produced by KDUR Durango. It features WLA’s programs director, Hallie Mahowald, who is on
A keynote address for the University of Wyoming’s 150th Anniversary of Yellowstone Symposium, held at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West in Cody, Wyoming By Robert Bonnie, Undersecretary of Agriculture