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Jan. 13-16
Winter Wildlife Watching Trip, Yellowstone National Park

May 15-18
Spring Wildlife Watching Trip, Yellowstone National Park

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Ask Sec. Vilsack to protect grizzly bears!


Fish and Wildlife Service recently recommended that the Agricultural Research Service close high altitude pastures to domestic sheep grazing in order to protect grizzly bears from unnecessary mortality. Please ask Secretary Vilsack to take the Fish and Wildlife Service's advice and close these areas right now!



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elk and calf (Diane Hargreaves)

SUCCESS STORIES: Thanks to your support,
we might finally see winter feeding of elk at the National Elk Refuge in Jackson put to an end. Photo courtesy of Diane Hargreaves.