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FWP Embarks on New Mountain Lion Plan

05/21/2015

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is developing a statewide management plan for mountain lions and is seeking the public's help identifying issues of concern.

(Region 7 - Fish & Wildlife )

FWP Embarks On New Mountain Lion Plan

05/20/2015

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is developing a statewide management plan for mountain lions and is seeking the public's help identifying issues of concern.

(Headquarters - Fish & Wildlife )

National Park Service and State of Montana to hold public meetings to discuss new Bison Management Plan

05/19/2015

The National Park Service (NPS) and the State of Montana (State) have set the dates for three public scoping meetings in southwest Montana related to the development of a new Yellowstone-area Bison Management Plan and Environmental Impact Statement (EIS). Meetings will be held in Bozeman on June 2 at the Hilton Garden Inn, Gardiner on June 3 at the Gardiner School, and West Yellowstone on June 4 at the Holiday Inn. Each meeting will run from 6 to 8 p.m. and have an identical agenda.

(Region 3 - Fish & Wildlife )

Elk Population in the Elkhorns Measured by Air, Phone & Teeth

05/18/2015

The Elkhorn Mountain Range – spanning 300,000 acres of west-central Montana –is an area revered by hunters (both locally and around the world) for its trophy bull elk population and public accessibility.

(Region 3 - Fish & Wildlife )

Proposal would restore pure-strain cutthroats to Soda Butte drainage

05/14/2015

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks, along with a coalition of state and federal agencies, has proposed a project to remove non-native and hybrid fish from creeks near the northeast corner of Yellowstone National Park and replace them with pure Yellowstone cutthroat trout.

(Region 5 - Fish & Wildlife )

IF YOU CARE---LEAVE THEM THERE

05/14/2015

Every spring Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks issues a message to Montanans to leave new born fawns, birds, and other infant wildlife where people find them. "If you care, leave them there," said Ron Aasheim, spokesman for Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks in Helena.

(Region 7 - Fish & Wildlife )

Two Male Grizzly Bears Captured and Moved

05/08/2015

On April 2nd, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks and Wildlife Services investigated a report of a newborn calf that had been killed near Mud Lake, northeast of Bigfork. The landowner reported that he had lost another newborn calf several days earlier, but the remains of that calf could not be located. Based on the investigation it was a determined that a large grizzly bear probably killed and consumed the newborn calf. There were large grizzly bear tracks at the site.

(Region 1 - Fish & Wildlife )

 

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