How Winter Kills Wildlife | Fresh Tracks Weekly Ep. 36
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Two new national monuments have been designated. What does that mean for public access and management?
A grizzly bear reintroduction is back on the table for the Northern Cascades mountains in Washington.
Three different bills have been introduced before congress to delist wolves nationwide and two different grizzly bear populations.
An interesting study looked at artificial water sources and whether or not they serve as ambush sites for mountain lions to prey on mule deer.
For a deeper dive, Randy and Marcus discuss the recent weather in the western U.S. what it means for wintering wildlife, and the tag reduction that is following in several states.
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