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Something to Crow About in Hawai‘i

This iconic Hawaiian bird has not been seen in the wild since 2002, but participants on October’s Hawai‘i Wild Forestscape will get to see reintroduction work in action.
Get up close with this special bird.



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Smokey Turns 70

He’s not your parents’ Smokey Bear anymore. Over his 70 years in the field, Smokey’s changed, and so has fire management.
Celebrate Smokey’s birthday.



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How to Protect Western Forests

Our strategy for protecting high-elevation forests in the Greater Yellowstone Area is about more than just tree-planting and beetle repelling. We’re also working hard to engage citizens like you.
Find out how we’re working for Western forests.


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Are Palms Truly Trees?

There certainly is a lot of healthy debate out there about whether palms are “true trees.” What constitutes a “true tree?”

Get the scoop on palms.

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