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Winter recreation reduces habitat for bighorn in the Tetons
Montana attempts to advance bison conservation
Mule deer herds suffer; bears and other animals go to urban areas seeking food, water
Despite recent rainfall, warmth and dryness prevail
Severity of Kenai fire still unknown
The frightening long-term impact of the Western US drought
Unlike oil, coal, or other non-renewable resources, wildlife is considered a renewable resource: it is a resource which can replenish itself as long as it is not completely depleted.
There are many things that hunters can do to help with wildlife management and conservation. Joining a national organization that exists to protect wildlife, such as the Nature Conservancy, or a local (state) organization like the Montana Wildlife Foundation, is one way to...
Habitats naturally change over time. Take a farmer's field surrounded by forest land: if the field is not plowed on a regular basis, natural plant life will gradually inch its way back in to the cultivated areas. First grasses will appear, then shrubs, and eventually...