Unnatural Disaster Gripping Colorado, Jalapeno Poppers and Top 10 Taxidermy Tips 8-27-2013

The Roosevelt Report
August 27
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Unnatural Disaster Gripping the Colorado River Basin Perkins

This interactive image on the National Geographic website lets you compare water levels on the Colorado River from 1999 (left) to 2013 (right).

If you’re a sportsman living in the Colorado River drainage, there are three things you need to know in a very big hurry.

Read more in Bob Marshall’s latest post on the Field & Stream website.

From the Blog Skinny
TRCP Heads West, Putting Conservation Issues in Focus

North Dakota, with all of the attention it has been getting because of the energy boom, low unemployment rate and the resulting financial boon, will be getting national coverage of a different kind. During Sept. 9-12, the TRCP is hosting a Western media summit in Bismarck, ND.

Read more.

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Newsletter TRCP Top 5
1) What’s the Economic Value of Recreational Fishing - TRCP Blog
2) BLM Gets Earful on Fracking Proposal - TRCP Blog

3) USFWS Director Talks Waterfowl, Wetlands Conservation - Ducks Unlimited

4) Conservation Cuts Ripple Through Wyoming - Jackson Hole News and Guide

5) Top 10 Taxidermy Tips - Delta Waterfowl

Newsletter Highlights Revised

Quail PoppersRecipe: Ronny’s Jalapeno Poppers and Quail in a Pail

This spicy recipe works best with quail, chukar, pheasant and blue grouse. Ruffed grouse will work, but their meat is much lighter and easier to overcook. Image courtesy of themeateater.com.

Read more and get the recipe from themeateater.com.

Theodore Roosevelt
Conservation Partnership

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