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September 23, 2015
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September 23, 2015 - Canmore
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Missoulian - A cooperative effort to save a ground-dwelling bird has diverted it from possible extinction, federal officials declared Tuesday.
Y2Y In The News

Watershed Sentinel - Rallying under the banner of Fight For Your Parks is a wide range of individuals, business owners, First Nations, former Parks Canada staff, and environmental organizations, including Y2Y.

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Panel urges canceling drilling lease near Glacier National Park
Montana Standard A federal panel recommended Monday that the U.S. government cancel a long-suspended drilling lease on land near Montana's Glacier National Park that is considered sacred to Native American tribes.

New findings on wolf and elk populations in Yellowstone NP 
Utah Public Radio - Researchers are trying to determine the predator/prey relationship between wolves and elk in Yellowstone National Park.

Hungry Horse News - Stephen Gnam and The North Face athletes Mike Foote and Mike Wolfe are running from Missoula to Banff to explore connectivity in the Crown.
Maclean's Canada used to be an international leader in wildlife conservation. But these days, the silence is deafening from all three major parties.

Group calls for independent review of caribou in maternity pens 
The Nelson News - The Valhalla Wilderness Society is calling for an independent review of two maternity penning projects for British Columbia's endangered mountain caribou, after seven caribou died in the pens this summer.

Calgary Herald - Two environmental groups are taking the federal government to court for what they call a failure to protect Alberta's threatened population of Westslope cutthroat trout.

Employment Opportunities

Position - Canadian Program Director
Organization - Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative
Deadline - Until filled

Position - Co-Director
Organization - Earthfire Institute
Deadline - Until filled

Position - Wilderness and Recreation Partnership Contractor
Organization - Greater Yellowstone Coalition
Deadline - Until filled
Go to Y2Y's website for a full list of employment opportunities.

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