Wolf Trapping Legalized In Idaho

Wend Magazine

The first wolf trapping season in the lower 48 since the species’ reintroduction into the Rocky Mountain states opened last week in northern Idaho. “Wolves are a hot topic and there’s lot of controversy,” Pat Carney, Idaho Trappers Association president, says.

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Week 32: Idaho’s Teton Valley, and a visit to Jackson, Wyoming

10,000 Birds

Our little adventure now moves us farther north, into Idaho’s Teton Valley area, and a visit to Jackson, Wyoming. Idaho has been very much that sort of exploring. The post Week 32: Idaho’s Teton Valley, and a visit to Jackson, Wyoming appeared first on 10,000 Birds.

I Am Route 12, Idaho. {Poem}

Elephant Journal

Adventure Arts & Culture Literary Journal Z ADMIN Entertainment & Culture Featured Today Idaho poetry road tripI am a lonesome shuffle between the roadhouse bar stool and the church pew, and a pair of.

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Camera Trap Chronicles: Wildlife of North Idaho’s Working Forests

Nature Conservancy - Science

Moose captured via trail camera in North Idaho’s forest. Camera traps, also called trail cameras, are a great tool for biologists to record the presence of elusive wildlife, like North Idaho’s grizzly bears. Photo courtesy: Idaho Department of FIsh & Game.

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Chinook Hope and Homecoming in Idaho

Conservancy Talk

For the past seven years, I’ve been writing conservation agreements for salmon in the Lemhi River, working from my faraway desk here in Boise, Idaho’s capital city. Seeing wild Chinook salmon in Idaho is like that.

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Federal Judge Strikes Down Idaho’s Ag-Gag Law

Eccorazzi

Yesterday a federal judge has ruled that Idaho’s law banning secret filming of animal abuse at agricultural facilities is unconstitutional. The ruling comes after a coalition of Read More The post Federal Judge Strikes Down Idaho’s Ag-Gag Law appeared first on Ecorazzi.

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Will Potter Files Lawsuit Against Idaho’s ‘Ag-Gag’ Bill

Eccorazzi

independent journalist Will Potter joined with civil rights, animal protection, labour, and environmental groups to file a lawsuit against the state of Idaho’s new “ag-gag” bill on the grounds Read More The post Will Potter Files Lawsuit Against Idaho’s ‘Ag-Gag’ Bill appeared first on Ecorazzi. Washington, D.C.

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How Coal and Oil Trains Will Block Traffic in Idaho

Sightline Daily

To make clear the magnitude of the impacts, Sightline has analyzed public at-grade rail crossings from Sandpoint, Idaho to Cherry Point, Washington. Rather, we depict several representative locations in Idaho. The Northwest stands at a crossroads.

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Idaho Man Builds 12 Foot Solar Road

Green Living Ideas

Take for example Idaho resident Scott Brusaw. Brusaw has built a 12 [.] [ Idaho Man Builds 12 Foot Solar Road from Green Living Ideas ]. Tags: Alt Fuels and Transportation Alternative Energy Brusaw Idaho PV PV technology solar solar road solar roadways Necessity is the mother of invention, and garage inventors have been meeting the challenge of climate change head on.

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From Idaho to Utah, "wolf massacre" continues

Green Blog

An organization called Idaho for Wildlife hosted a hunting derby between Jan. The Idaho event came on the heels of a wolf killing in Utah during Dec., The Humane Society''s Idaho director Lisa Kauffman called the event, which occurred in Salmon, Idaho, a " wolf massacre." The event also gave hunters ample opportunity to kill wolves anyway, as is legal in Idaho - the wolf kills simply would not be worth any "prizes."

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Idaho’s ‘Ag-Gag’ Bill Fines and Locks Up Animal Advocates

Eccorazzi

Idaho’s Governor C.L. Butch” Otter signed the latest “Ag Gag” bill penalizing anyone who secretly films animal abuse at Idaho’s agricultural facilities. Read More The post Idaho’s ‘Ag-Gag’ Bill Fines and Locks Up Animal Advocates appeared first on Ecorazzi. Animals Causes News Top News bob barker

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Death of Dugout Dick ends an era, and not just in Idaho

Green (Living) Review

Dugout Dick was the last of Idaho's river-canyon loners that date back to Territorial days. They were drawn by Idaho's remoteness and wild places removed from social pressures.

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Traveling Naturalist: 5 Top Spots to See Yellowstone’s Wildlife

Nature Conservancy - Science

The Nature Conservancy’s Flat Ranch is a nature preserve and working cattle ranch located 15 miles west of West Yellowstone, in Macks Inn, Idaho, just off Highway 20. A large bull elk peers from the forest at Yellowstone National Park. Photo: Matt Miller/TNC.

Health-conscious travelers near half of U.S. market

Green Traveler Guides

| Green Travel News | Health-conscious travelers now make up more than 40 percent of the U.S. travel marketplace and that number is trending upward—fast.

Citizen Science: The Lost Ladybug Project

Nature Conservancy - Science

Hundreds of ladybugs make it through our bug containers a week at The Nature Conservancy’s Silver Creek Preserve in south-central Idaho. Many ladybug species are in decline across North America. You can help through the Lost Ladybug Project.

Big Fish: Rodent-Eating Trout

Nature Conservancy - Science

By day, the trout of Silver Creek —a clear, spring-fed stream in southern Idaho—fed on tiny mayflies and caddis flies. The Conservancy’s Central Idaho conservation manager Mark Davidson hoists a monstrous brown trout, caught at night during the “vole hatch.”

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Bear Nap by the Camera Trap

Nature Conservancy - Science

In what might qualify as a wildlife version of a “selfie,” this North Idaho black bear apparently bumped the camera trap, hanging five feet off the ground in an aspen tree. The camera trap was set at Ball Creek Ranch Preserve , in the Kootenai Valley of North Idaho.

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Notes from Silver Creek: Natural Born Scientists

Nature Conservancy - Science

Watching my boys grow up on The Nature Conservancy’s Silver Creek Preserve in south-central Idaho –where I work as manager– I am amazed on a daily basis how much they notice. . A young scientist captures insects at Silver Creek Preserve. Credit: Sara Sheehy/TNC.

Camas and Cranes

10,000 Birds

Highway 12, as it takes you from Montana into Idaho, has been the road to some of my greatest adventures during my time here. It also, if you turn off at the visitor’s center just over the Idaho border, takes you to Packer Meadow, a high damp sunlit clearing of some fifty acres, cut by a winding creek. Plants camas Idaho sandhill crane

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Rudolph Versus Bambi: A Conservation Story

Nature Conservancy - Science

But along the Canada border in northern Idaho and eastern Washington, a struggle is playing out pitting the real-life counterparts of Rudolph (caribou) and Disney’s Bambi (white-tailed deer). The number that roam into Idaho and Washington had dwindled into the single digits.

Good Fire, Bad Fire: An Ecologist’s Perspective

Nature Conservancy - Science

By Ryan Haugo, Washington-Idaho Forest Ecologist. In Idaho, the Mustang Complex alone burned 300,000 acres. Last September an intense late summer lightning storm rolled across the Pacific Northwest, starting fires in Washington, Oregon, and Idaho.

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Profiles in Xeriscaping: The Chocolate Flower

Nature Conservancy - Science

Living in Boise, Idaho – an arid city where we get less than 10 inches of rain a year – we wanted a yard that reduced our water use (most yards here require irrigation) and that also provided habitat for native critters. Plants Idaho native plants plants xeriscaping Chocolate flowers.

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Breathing for Wolves: Using Tonglen to Deal with Animal Cruelty.

Elephant Journal

Maybe you’ve heard about the recent aerial gunning down of wolves in the Clearwater Wilderness in Idaho. Animal Rights (Vegan, Pets, Wildlife) Sustainability (Business, Entrepreneurship, Livelihood) animal rights gunning down wolves Idaho Pema Chodron Tonglen meditation wolvesSince 2014, the howls of 24 wild creatures have been silenced, with no plans to change course.

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JournalMap: Where in the World is that Research?

Nature Conservancy - Science

The remote Owyhee Canyonlands of southwestern Idaho. By Bob Unnasch, Director of Science, The Nature Conservancy in Idaho. I conduct a lot of research in the Owyhees, a remote 5-million-acre expanse of high desert canyons and sagebrush habitat in southwestern Idaho.

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Cool Green Scientist: Dayna Gross

Nature Conservancy - Science

The Conservancy’s conservation manager for the Silver Creek area in Idaho is a Jill-of-all-trades and a master of opposites, blending a love for art and science, of things big and small, of being active and sitting still. Dayna Gross, Silver Creek conservation manager.

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100th Anniversary of the National Park Service & Personal Memories from Time Spent Afield.

Elephant Journal

Enlightened Society (Politics, Active Citizenship, Social Good) Family, Youth, Enlightened Education Green Z ADMIN Enlightened Society Featured Today Z ADMIN Family Featured Today Z ADMIN Green Featured Today 100th Anniversary of the National Park Service conservation Idaho national parks Theodore Roosevelt YellowstoneThese public lands that so many of us might simply take for granted today may not exist to us now, had the efforts of a few conservation-minded individuals like.

Scientific Illustration: More than Pretty Pictures

Nature Conservancy - Science

Conservation Planning Freshwater Science conservation visualization Dayna Gross Dayna Gross Silver Creek Idaho conservation Kilpatrick Pond restoration nature ar Nature Conservancy Silver Creek science art scientific art scientific illustration Silver Creek Preserve stream restoration

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Preserve Parent: Raising Kids at Silver Creek

Conservancy Talk

Nine years ago this week I moved into the house on The Nature Conservancy’s Silver Creek Preserve in south-central Idaho. Now we are home and outside every minute we can even though it is spring in Idaho and we have to fight the rain and hail. . Growing up on the preserve.

The Redneck Yogi. ~ Jenna Penielle Lyons

Elephant Journal

I grew up in Idaho braiding horse hair, fishing, shooting BB [.]. Arts & Culture Blog (always click 4 all blogs) Enlightened Society (Politics, Active Citizenship, Social Good) Non-New-Agey Spirituality (Religion, Philosophy) Yoga acceptance Buddha compassion Dharma diversity food horses Idaho mindfulness westernized I grew up in a town full of horses, dirt bikes, trailer parks, and Budweiser.

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I Meditate While Mountain Running. ~ Jenna Penielle Lyons

Elephant Journal

Adventure Blog (always click 4 all blogs) Health & Wellness Inspiring (Wow) Non-New-Agey Spirituality (Religion, Philosophy) WAYLON: Editor''s Picks Z ADMIN Spirituality Featured Today benefits of meditation Buddha Cleansing god health Idaho meditation mindful Mindful living Montana mountains physical fitness positive thinking running Western I call it “active meditation.” ” Running to induce pure thought that moves seamlessly with every step.

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10 Toes on the Ground: Ways to Make Myths. ~ Jenna Penielle Lyons

Elephant Journal

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Grouse Friends?

10,000 Birds

Is there something about Idaho Ruffed Grouse that make them seek out human men as companions? Judge for yourself ! Asides

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How I Became Best Friends with Georgia O’Keeffe. ~ Jenna Penielle Lyons

Elephant Journal

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Don't Know Much About History — Sightline Daily - Northwest News.

Sightline Daily

Skip to navigation Advanced Search Document Actions Sections Front Page Daily News Daily Score Blog The Daily Score Dont Know Much About History Posted by Roger Valdez 01/27/2011 06:00 PM Idaho governor unveils plans to nullify federal health legislation. The Governor of Idaho, C.L. Butch” Otter, completed at least a college education according to his biography on the official State of Idaho website. Skip to content.

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Don't Know Much About History

Sightline Daily

Skip to navigation Advanced Search Document Actions Sections Front Page Daily News Daily Score Blog The Daily Score Dont Know Much About History Posted by Roger Valdez 01/27/2011 06:00 PM Idaho governor unveils plans to nullify federal health legislation. The Governor of Idaho, C.L. Butch” Otter, completed at least a college education according to his biography on the official State of Idaho website. Skip to content.

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Is Your Landscaping Killing Wildlife?

Nature Conservancy - Science

That scene has been repeated too many times near my Idaho home this winter. In January, the shrub caused the death of a herd of 50 pronghorn near Payette, Idaho, garnering significant media attention. Many areas of Idaho have received a lot of snowfall this year.

Hiker Survives Dirty Devil Quicksand

Wend Magazine

He was treated for exposure overnight, but rendezvoused with his group in Idaho just three days later. A hiker from Saxons River, Vermont survived 13 hours stuck in quicksand in Southeastern Utah last Wednesday.

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Raising Cranes: Can Grain Fields Save a Bird?

Nature Conservancy - Science

It’s Rob Cavallaro, an Idaho Department of Fish and Game wildlife biologist. He’s canoeing me and my camera to a blind in the middle of a marsh in Teton Valley, Idaho. While cranes are not especially difficult to find in eastern Idaho, cranes have fallen on hard times.

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Using benefit transfer to value an elk hunt

Environmental Economics

and hunting in a "designated elk state" (Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Oregon or Wyoming), then the contingent valuation method can be used without much slippage. [link]. Aren't you supposed to be quiet when you are hunting? If so, why are they yelling? And the third panel is ominous.

Back from the West!

10,000 Birds

When we left Wyoming we headed west across Idaho making a stop at Craters of the Moon National Monument and spending the night further west still in Boise. I saw few birds in Idaho mostly because of our lack of time but a couple of rest stops did provide a few highlights.

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Snow on the Hoof: How Deer, Elk and Other Western Wildlife Cope in Harsh Winters

Nature Conservancy - Science

A two and a half hour drive to Salmon, Idaho is turning into four. Wildlife are getting as sick of walking around in four feet of snow as I am,” says Daryl Meints, Idaho Department of Fish and Game regional wildlife manager. A moose recently fell into a window well in Hailey, Idaho.

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Recovery: Ranching Gone Right

Nature Conservancy - Science

Shane Rosenkrance, a fifth-generation rancher who manages the Mountain Springs Ranch in central Idaho, offers this: “For the most part the adversarial relationship with federal land managers is over. Consider what they’ve done for Leadore, Idaho (population 90).

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Best Bird of the Weekend (First of August 2016)

10,000 Birds

Basically, he’s too busy birding from Colorado to Idaho to write about birding! Doing a thing and writing about doing a thing differ in so many significant ways that even mentioning the dichotomy seems superfluous.

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