Louisa Willcox

Louisa Willcox is a longtime grizzly bear activist and founder of Grizzly Times. She lives in Montana.

Tribes Make History with Signing of Grizzly Bear Treaty

The Tribal Fight for Nature: From the Grizzly to the Black Snake of the Dakota Pipeline

Feds Threaten Yellowstone Grizzly Bear’s Future in Rush to Delist

New Fire in the Battle for Yellowstone’s Grizzly Bears

The Unbearable Killing of Yellowstone’s Grizzlies: 2015 Shatters Records for Bear Deaths

States Prove Playground Bullies in Push to Delist Yellowstone Grizzly Bears

Grizzly Threats: Arbitrary Lines on Political Maps

Chuck Jonkel: Pioneer, Rebel, Advocate of Bears and the Wild

Delisting Grizzly Bears to Save the Endangered Species Act?

Will Jail Time for a Poacher Help Save the Grizzly Bears of the Northern Rockies?

National Park Service Stands Up For Grizzly Bears, Yet Again

Cattle in Grizzly Country

Why Wyoming’s Thugs Should Not Be Trusted With Our Grizzly Bears

Blood on the Tracks: Yellowstone Buffalo Atrocities

Money, Politics and the Future of the Grizzly

Don’t Delist and Risk Yellowstone Grizzly Bears’ Future

On the Death of Grizzly 760 and the Lessons of Grizzly 399’s Clan

Digging Under Grizzly Graves: Lessons of the Clan of Grizzly 399

Park Service Finally Stands Up for Grizzlies and Us

The Grizzly Miracle of Birth

Delisting the Grizzly: a Recipe For More Bear Deaths

Heavenly Bears, Grizzly Deaths

The Yellowstone Zombie March

Drawing the Line on Bears

Grizzly Bears, Dreaming and the Frontier of Wonder

Good Witches, Bad Witches and Grizzly Bears, Oh My!

Blackout on Grizzly Bears

Technocracy vs. the Grizzly: You Call This Recovery?

Silencing the Grizzly’s Defenders, as the Body Count Mounts

Yellowstone’s Grizzlies: License to Kill or Coexist?

Tracking the Grizzly’s Number One Killer

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