Magazine Articles

  • Magazine Articles
    Akenson, J. J. and H. A. Akenson (1986). Selected journal entries. Idaho The University. 4: 18-20.

    Akenson, J. J. and H. A. Akenson (2001). Fire at Taylor Ranch. Here We Have Idaho. 18: 16-19.

    Akenson, J. J. and H. A. Akenson (2001). From the frying pan into the fire: August 2000. Idaho Yesterdays. Boise, ID, Idaho State Historical Society. 45: 22-25.

    Frome, M. (1986). Research in Idaho's Wilderness: Crusade for Wildlife. Defenders. 12: 20-21.

    Grubb, B. G. (1985). The mysterious and misunderstood mountain lion. Idaho The University. 3: 10-15.

    Hayward, P. and G. Hayward (1989). Lone ranger of the Rockies. Natural History. 98: 78-85.

    Hornocker, M. G. (1969). Stalking the mountain lion to save him. National Geographic. 136: 638-655.

    Kauffman, J. D. B. (2007). The Wolf Watchers. Backpacker: 39-41.

    Koehler, G. M. (1988). Bobcat bill of fare. Natural History. 97.

    Koehler, G. M. (1993). The cats in different professions. Northwest Parks and Wildlife: 68-69.

    Lyons, S. (1986). Land and the American imagination. Idaho the University. Moscow, University of Idaho. 4: 12-15.

    Markow, S. (1989). Taylor Ranch Internship, 1988. Idaho Forester. Moscow, University of Idaho: 31-33.

    McMurray, S. (2004). Support: DeVlieg Cabin. Celebrating Natural Resources. Moscow, University of Idaho. 21: 22-23.

    McMurray, S. (2006). Taylor Ranch Field Station: A window to Idaho's past, present, and future. Here We Have Idaho. Moscow, The University of Idaho Magazine. 23: 8-13.

    Moors, D. (1989). Testing the limits: have we gone too far? Idaho The University. Moscow, University of Idaho. 7: 16-21.

    Pritchett, J. (1986). UI anthropologist tracks Idaho's shadowy people. Idaho The University. Moscow, University of Idaho. 4: 16-17.

    Savage, G. (1986). Taylor Ranch: UI's unique wilderness resource. Idaho The University. Moscow, University of Idaho. 4: 13-21.

    Wheelwright, J. (2006). Captive Wilderness. Discover. August: 42-49.