On a Ledge

October 2013
National Parks;Fall2013, Vol. 87 Issue 4, p12
The article reports on a wolverine named M56, which walked out of its home in Wyoming's Teton Range and traveled roughly 500 miles to show up in Colorado's Rocky Mountain National Park. It reports on the proposal of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) to list the American wolverine as threatened under the Endangered Species Act. It reports that listing the wolverine as threatened could spur Colorado Parks and Wildlife to reintroduce the species in the state.


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