Since then, the term “trophic cascade” has come into focus as research is showing that an animal that is killed by a large carnivore like a wolf helps feed scavengers like ravens, fox, and coyote but also provides homes for beetles, flies, and many other small animals
Did you see the video of the woman being charged by an elk? Here's what not to do.
We are just approaching the summit. The Knife’s Edge is an area of complete exposure to the elements where it’s wide enough that you don’t feel like you’ll be blown over either side of the 30-foot drop-offs into fields of scree (loose rock) but still need to have your feet firmly planted and hold on to.. something. This was called a Class 3 scramble where you can mostly move hand over foot to get one of the false summits. There were three.
...I saw six black bears within a half-mile. SIX BEARS. You may have seen some video of black bear and some photos of cubs in a tree a while back on Kadzait’s Insta. This is the backstory on that adventure into the "bear-muda triangle."
Red dogs are born in spring to mothers who look as if they're about to keel over from the subzero winters of Yellowstone.