Not out of the woods yet

Honnold, Doug
September 2005
High Country News;9/19/2005, Vol. 37 Issue 17, p21
Focuses on the author's views and insights about the decision of the Bush administration to remove the Yellowstone grizzly from the list of species protected by the Endangered Species Act in the U.S. Protection needed by the bears from unnecessary killing; Announcement of plans by Wyoming, Montana and Idaho to hunt grizzlies on public lands outside Yellowstone Park; Reason for the government's delisting plan.


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