Rise and Shine

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By Lorraine Snipper I know, I know… You’re on vacation and want to sleep in.  I’ve been there myself, on more than one occasion! I have a secret to share. I […]

Bats of Idaho

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By Sarah Cubells For good reason, the birds and large mammals of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem are the awe-inspiring “main characters” among locals and tourists alike. But, outside of Halloween […]

Sage Grouse

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By Caitlyn Wanner This is the first summer in several years I haven’t spent doing sage-grouse research, first as a wildlife technician and then for my master’s thesis. I am […]

Grizzly Family

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Article and photo by Charlie Lansche I had the good fortune of watching this Yellowstone grizzly family over the past few days as they peacefully foraged and grazed in an […]

Trumpeter Swans at Henrys Lake

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Article by Mary VanFleet Photo by Jean Bjerke Trumpeter Swans (TS) have historically nested at Henrys Lake, but have not been breeding there much of the last 50 yrs. Historically widespread in the US, by 1900’s there only […]

Birds of Henrys Lake

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By Lorraine Snipper There is supposedly a difference between birdwatching (unintentional, unplanned) and being a birder (very intentional, seeking out birds). I had always thought that birders check off lists, […]