Doug Peacock

Doug Peacock

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A Grizzly Letter to Obama

On Friday, June 3, activist and Yellowstone grizzly expert Doug Peacock asked the White House to add the iconic animal back to the endangered species list. With the help of luminaries like E.O. Wilson and celebrities like Harrison Ford, he's hoping to get the federal government's attention.

Doug Peacock
Jun 6, 2016

Deep Canyons

Doug Peacock
Sep 5, 2008

The trail to some sort of personal peace seemed to wend high into the Himalayas. But where it led was back to an old friend.

Doug Peacock
May 2, 2004

A bear expert's risky research ends in disaster. Should anybody get so close to grizzlies?

Doug Peacock
Jan 1, 2004

The skeleton of a child who died 11,000 years ago may hold answers to the mystery of man's earliest adventure in America—but the past has a way of hiding the truth

Doug Peacock
Feb 1, 2000

The skeleton of a child who died 11,000 years ago may hold answers to the mystery of man's earliest adventure in America—but the past has a way of hiding the truth

Doug Peacock
Feb 1, 2000

The skeleton of a child who died 11,000 years ago may hold answers to the mystery of man's earliest adventure in America—but the past has a way of hiding the truth

Doug Peacock
Feb 1, 2000

The skeleton of a child who died 11,000 years ago may hold answers to the mystery of man's earliest adventure in America—but the past has a way of hiding the truth

Doug Peacock
Feb 1, 2000

The Voices of Bones

The skeleton of a child who died 11,000 years ago may hold answers to the mystery of man's earliest adventure in America—but the past has a way of hiding the truth

Doug Peacock
Feb 1, 2000

The skeleton of a child who died 11,000 years ago may hold answers to the mystery of man's earliest adventure in America—but the past has a way of hiding the truth

Doug Peacock
Feb 1, 2000

The skeleton of a child who died 11,000 years ago may hold answers to the mystery of man's earliest adventure in America—but the past has a way of hiding the truth

Doug Peacock
Feb 1, 2000

The skeleton of a child who died 11,000 years ago may hold answers to the mystery of man's earliest adventure in America—but the past has a way of hiding the truth

Doug Peacock
Feb 1, 2000

The skeleton of a child who died 11,000 years ago may hold answers to the mystery of man's earliest adventure in America—but the past has a way of hiding the truth

Doug Peacock
Feb 1, 2000