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Wolf and Human Coexistence: Interpretation of “Peace in the valley? Qualitative insights on collaborative coexistence from the Wood River Wolf Project.” by J.V. Martin

The Alpine Examiner August 9th, 2022 Naturalist Blog Getting to the heart of what matters in the Sawtooth National Recreation Area Wolf and Human Coexistence: Interpretation of “Peace in the valley? Qualitative insights on collaborative coexistence from the Wood River Wolf Project by J.V. Martin Source: https://blog.humanesociety.org/2021/04/idaho-lawmakers-on-verge-of-sanctioning-a-carnage-of-90-of-the-states-wolves.html Idaho is home to both the highest percentage […]

The Life and Legacy of Louis Stur

The Alpine Examiner July 31, 2022 Naturalist Blog Getting to the heart of what matters in the Sawtooth National Recreation Area The Life and Legacy of Lousi Stur A pioneer of climbing in the Sawtooths and a figure known just as well for his charisma and kindness as for his mountaineering accomplishment, Louis Stur exemplifies […]

Are We Loving the Sawtooths to Death?

The Alpine Examiner July 23, 2022 Naturalist Blog Getting to the heart of what matters in the Sawtooth National Recreation Area Are We Loving the Sawtooths to Death? Most people have seen the headline “Loving Our Lands to Death”, talking about public lands and the fact that millions of people from all over the world […]

The Sawtooth NRA is not a national park

ALPINE EXAMINER July 16, 2022 Naturalist Blog Getting to the heart of what matters in the Sawtooth National Recreation Area The Sawtooth NRA is not a National Park Before I moved to Stanley to start working, I did not know the Sawtooth were at the center of a National Recreation Area (NRA). I’d never heard […]

A Beaver’s Tale

The Alpine Examiner July 10, 2022 Naturalist Blog Getting to the heart of what matters in the Sawtooth National Recreation Area A Beaver’s Tale A beaver’s tail is the tail to end all tails. Let me first start this tale with a story that is thousands of years old. This is the story of how […]

Dance of the Sandhill Crane

The Alpine Examiner July 3, 2022 Naturalist Blog Getting to the heart of what matters in the Sawtooth National Recreation Area Dance of the Sandhill Crane  “High horns, low horns, silence and finally a pandemonium of trumpets, rattles, croaks and cries that almost shakes the bog with its nearness… When we hear his call, we […]