National Geographic:  Dog’s Death Spotlights Use of Cyanide ‘Bombs’ to Kill Predators

The Saturday Evening Post: June 2017 cover story on 150th anniversary of Frank Lloyd Wright’s birth.

National Geographic: What Do You Do With A Bear That Kills A Person?

Mountain Outlaw:  On impacts of climate change to outdoor recreation and well-being of wildest ecosystem in the Lower 48:

Washington Post on Grizzly 399, most famous bear in the world:

Big Sky Journal: Debunking myths that wolves are destroying ranchers and big game herds in the West:

Northern Rockies Conservation Cooperative (where Wilkinson is a science writer in residence): Confronting Elephants In The Room: How Growth Threatens  Nature


From Mountain Journal:

For Yellowstone and America, Climate Change Brings Our Moment of Truth

Unnatural Disaster: Will America’s Most Iconic Wild Ecosystem Be Lost To A Tidal Wave A People?

Greater Yellowstone’s Coming Plague: With the arrival of Chronic Wasting Disease, is government
mismanagement threatening the health of America’s most famous elk herds, and humans? (The
first in a four-part series)

Why Some Western Towns Live or Die