Culling the Teton Range Mountain Goats—The Theatrics of Wildlife Management

Invasive species are never a problem until they are. Sometimes nonnative visitors wander in as hitchhikers on shoes, boats, or the backs of animals. Other times, they meander in on their own, searching for food, water, or habitat. Nonnative species can also be the result of an accident, like with gypsy moths, or starlings—the unintended … Continue reading Culling the Teton Range Mountain Goats—The Theatrics of Wildlife Management