There is no question that two centuries of rapid expansion of human settlement and industrial development on this continent have … Continue reading British Columbia Ends the Grizzly Bear Hunt: The Right Decision?
When Ian Tyson once sang about a pack of wolves longing for their former home, dreaming of the sound of another … Continue reading Habitat Connectivity is a Critical Part of Wildlife Conservation
In my opinion, one of the most important and commendable steps in North American wildlife conservation came in 1916, many years … Continue reading The Best 17 Dollars I Spend Every Year
“The North American model of wildlife conservation has seven components that collectively form a foundation that yields its distinct structure: … Continue reading The North American Model of Wildlife Conservation
This post was sparked by a recent piece written by Steven Rinella, who discussed the terminology and legalities of endangered … Continue reading A Comment on Endangered Species Legislation
Most people have at least a passing familiarity with the history of bison (Bison bison) in North America. More specifically, … Continue reading Genetically Pure Bison in North America
The beaver (Castor canadensis) is one of North America’s most fascinating, beautiful, and industrious species (and super tasty). Many of my posts … Continue reading Castor canadensis: Keystone Species and Canadian National Symbol