Should Grizzlies in the Yellowstone Area Be Delisted and Trophy Hunted? Protecting Animals in the Rage of Humanity

HUFFINGTON POST | By Dr. Marc Bekoff – Mangelsen was featured in a major interview with renowned biologist Dr. Marc Bekoff. Bekoff asks Tom about grizzly bears, the role of nature photography in promoting conservation and the joy he feels in bringing fine art wildlife photography into the homes and offices of people worldwide. Read

Tom Mangelsen Goes to Washington to Defend Grizzly Bears in Greater Yellowstone!

WASHINGTON DC  |  Mangelsen and his work continue to get national attention. In late April, he presented his photographs before the House Natural Resource Committee inside the US Capitol in Washington DC to take a stand by defending grizzly bear conservation. “Together we we have a powerful voice!” Take a stand! Sign petitions to Oppose Delisting

Should Grizzlies in the Yellowstone Area be Trophy Hunted?

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY | By Marc Bekoff Ph.D. Iconic grizzly bears in Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks may soon be put in the cross-hairs of trophy hunters if they are removed from the Endangered Species Act. View article> Let your voice be heard! Sign petitions to Oppose Delisting and Hunting of Greater Yellowstone’s Grizzly Bears at www.change.org, www.thepetitionsite.com,

Grizzlies of Pilgrim Creek: An Intimate Portrait of 399, The Most Famous Bear of Greater Yellowstone

RANGER MAGAZINE | By Rick Smith – Unlike most of the reviews I have written for Ranger, this is not a straightforward book review. It is, instead, a review of a work of art.  The photography in this coffee-table format is absolutely riveting.  View or download a PDF article> (296KB)  

The New West: Democracy Falters in Delisting of Greater Yellowstone Bears?

EXPLORE BIG SKY MAGAZINE | By Todd Wilkinson – Nowhere in the legal framework of the federal Endangered Species Act does it mandate that animals removed from federal protection be subjected to trophy sport hunting. America spent millions of dollars reversing the downward spiral of bald eagles.  More>