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Bird Conservancy of the Rockies Information:

BLOGGING FOR BIRDS

Modern Ranching

In part 3 of our 4-part story, we chat with Wyoming ranchers Marilyn Mackey and Tom Reed about family heritage, the influence of the oil and gas industry, changing conservation practices, and challenges facing the future of ranching in rural America. In today’s post, we discuss their perceptions about how ranching has changed over the years.

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Passing it On

Bird Conservancy explores bird conservation as it relates to working lands, which are facing challenges like never before. Interviews with landowners explore family heritage, the influence of the oil and gas industry, changing conservation practices, and the future of ranching in rural America. Part 2 of a 4-part series.

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Cattle Ranching on North America’s Grasslands

Bird Conservancy explores bird conservation as it relates to working lands, which are facing challenges like never before. Interviews with landowners explore family heritage, the influence of the oil and gas industry, changing conservation practices, and the future of ranching in rural America. Part 1 of a 4-part series.

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Wings Against Weeds

Bird Conservancy of the Rockies is happily colluding with foreign insects in an effort to reduce the spread of Russian knapweed, a noxious weed that is spreading across western landscapes to the detriment of native flora and fauna.

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