Rocky Barker

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Photo by Jeannie Stafford/US Fish & Wildlife Service 
 The oil and gas industry, cattle grazing and farming are now safe from new restrictions that could have been problematic for…

Sage Grouse Won't Get Endangered Species Act Protection

Photo by Jeannie Stafford/US Fish & Wildlife Service The oil and gas industry, cattle grazing and farming are now safe from new restrictions that could have been problematic for…

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In Yellowstone National Park, she was officially known as 832F.  An alpha female gray wolf of considerable size and strength, she wore a GPS collar so researchers could track her…

Are Wolves out of the Woods?

In Yellowstone National Park, she was officially known as 832F.  An alpha female gray wolf of considerable size and strength, she wore a GPS collar so researchers could track her…

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In Yellowstone National Park, she was officially known as 832F.  An alpha female gray wolf of considerable size and strength, she wore a GPS collar so researchers could track her…

Are Wolves out of the Woods?

In Yellowstone National Park, she was officially known as 832F.  An alpha female gray wolf of considerable size and strength, she wore a GPS collar so researchers could track her…

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