Cougars

In Extinction’s Way: The Wolverine and Climate Change

In Extinction’s Way: The Wolverine and Climate Change

Then there was the radio-tagged young male wolverine who a few years back summited the highest mountain in Glacier National Park, ascending the last 4,900 feet up a sheer, nearly vertical ice rampart in less than 90 minutes.

Cougar Lessons in Coexistence

 Cougar Lessons in Coexistence

A growing North American cougar population has inspired scientists to take a close look at the risk this species presents to humans. In his 2011 analysis of 343 North American aggressive cougar encounters, David Mattson found that only 29 resulted in fatal human attacks.