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Ep. 118: Open to Nuance
Bozeman, MT- Steven Rinella talks with wildlife ecologist Dr. Karl Malcolm; Pete Muenich of Stone Glacier; and Michelle Jorgensen and Janis Putelis of the MeatEater crew.

Subjects Discussed: what is beer-drinking coming to?; being all tippy-toey; the new Stone Glacier tent; walking closers for black bears; taking a sharp left; the squirrel slam; freezer fossil game meat; increased hunting and fishing opportunities on our national wildlife refuges; the Maine moose conundrum; addressing the state of Alaska-NPS rule change on national reserve lands; walking through the crowd of life without pushing others; and more.

-Related Links and Show Notes-
More Access, More Opportunity– read more on the Department of the Interior’s proposed rule to open up an additional quarter-million acres of public national refuge lands to hunting and angling opportunities.

Activists decry Alaskan Native hibernating bear Hunts– Article on the hunting activists who have a change of heart referenced by Pete Muenich

Black Range Tales by James A. McKenna- the book on southwest Americana read recently by Karl Malcolm.

The studies cited by Karl Malcolm in his concluder: