Mike Bader

Mike Bader is an independent consultant in Missoula, Montana with nearly 40 years of experience in land management and species protection. In his early career he was a seasonal ranger in Yellowstone involved in grizzly bear management and research. He has published several papers on grizzly bears and is the co-author of a recent paper on grizzly bear denning and demographic connectivity that has been accepted for publication in a scientific journal.

Grizzly Hunting is Trophy Hunting

Without Predators Ecosystems Become Zoos

Gravel Pit Blues

Overcrowding Our National Forests

Biden Land Management: More Clarity, Less Contradiction

New Mining Push Threatens Bitterroot and Salmon Rivers

Keep Politics Out of Grizzly Review

NEPA: Sunshine in Government

Wildlife Wishes and Resolutions

The Future of Grizzly Bear Recovery in the Northern Rockies

The Restortification of Holland Lake

How Drought and Growth Threaten the Waters of the Northern Rockies

Backcountry Dealing-Making on Montana Wilderness

Wild Green Washing Machines

Bait-and-Switch in the Bitterroot

The Fish and Wildlife Service Must Reject Gianforte’s Political Grizzly Bear Petition  

The Last, Best Chance to Save the Northern Rockies

Industrial Recreation isn’t Conservation

The Only Way to Save Grizzlies: Connect Their Habitats

It’s Time to Rename the Interagency Grizzly Bear Committee

Time for Personal Responsibility in Bear Country

Why Most of Montana’s Grizzlies Remain on the Chopping Block

Aiming at the Heart of the Grizzly

Grizzly Bear Goal Not Yet Achieved

Last Chance for the Bull Trout