Holly Endersby

Holly Endersby—Contributing Writer for the Idaho Senior IndependentHolly Endersby has been an award-winning outdoor writer for 25 years, working in newspaper, magazines, TV, and web-based magazines. She enjoys horse packing in wilderness areas, fishing, hunting, snow and water sports, yoga, and hiking. She was the first Conservation Director for Backcountry Hunters & Anglers.


Taxidermy Memories

Making Memories in Taxidermy

Taxidermy makes visible reminders of what every hunter holds dear. Crafting unique animal displays is a hallmark of Dr. Dwight Curtis’s work.

Book Review: Working the Wilderness

Book Review: Working the Wilderness

“Working the Wilderness” brilliantly tells about the people working in the Selway-Bitterroot country before and after wilderness designation.

Mountain Memories: Eagle Cap Mountain

Mountain Memories: Oregon’s Eagle Cap Wilderness

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We hunted the Minam River canyon in the Eagle Cap every October, never failing to find elk. Ten years later there’s a healthy ecosystem, a gin-clear river, yet a horribly maintained trail system.