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Wolves Are Losing Ground to Industrial Logging in Southeast Alaska

Wolves Are Losing Ground to Industrial Logging in Southeast Alaska

By Faith Rudebusch For 12,000 years, wolves have roamed Southeast Alaska’s rugged Alexander Archipelago—a 300-mile stretch of more than 1,000 islands mostly within the Tongass National Forest. Now, their old-growth forest habitat is rapidly disappearing, putting the wolves at risk. As the region’s logging policies garner controversy, a new study examines what the wolves need […]

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    5 Endangered Species Dependent on Public Lands for Survival

    5 Endangered Species Dependent on Public Lands for Survival

    By Anna Kramer Think about our national parks. What comes to mind? Many of us think of spectacular landscapes, family adventures and, of course, incredible wildlife. These places we love are all of those things, but they are also places created to protect and restore wildlife. Our national parks, wildlife refuges and other wild public […]