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State wildlife officials canceled a planned discussion that was to take place in Lewistown Tuesday and Wednesday on a bison conservation and management plan for Montana.
(Headquarters - Fish & Wildlife - 04/14/2014)

According to FWP Bear and Lion Specialist Erik Wenum, a 6 year old 340-pound male grizzly bear was captured on April 6 south of Eureka. FWP was assisted by USDA Wildlife Services personnel in capturing the grizzly.
(Region 1 - Fish & Wildlife - 04/11/2014)

Montana laws prohibit the capture, feeding, possession and harassment of wildlife—both game and nongame species—necessary in part to curb the urge to "help" newborn wildlife.
(Headquarters - Fish & Wildlife - 04/11/2014)

Montana's tax-return forms due April 15 can help Montana's wild creatures as you snag yourself a tax benefit.
(Headquarters - Fish & Wildlife - 04/11/2014)

MILES CITY-- A camera providing 24 hour live feed footage of nesting Bald Eagles is officially live today.
(Region 7 - Fish & Wildlife - 04/10/2014)

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks will host a two-day discussion in Lewistown, April 15-16, on issues related to efforts to complete a bison conservation and management plan for Montana.
(Headquarters - Fish & Wildlife - 04/09/2014)

Shed-antler hunters and other recreationists planning to visit a Montana Wildlife Management Area are reminded that while many popular WMAs open at noon on May 15, several do not open until June 1. It is illegal to enter a state WMA prior to its formal opening day.
(Headquarters - Fish & Wildlife - 04/07/2014)

Researchers from Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks and the University of Montana released preliminary results today of a new technique for estimating wolf numbers in Montana.
(Headquarters - Fish & Wildlife - 04/04/2014)

Population Stable—Livestock Depredations Continue to Decline Montana's verified wolf population remained stable last year while livestock depredations by wolves continued to decline, dropping about 27 percent from 2012.
(Headquarters - Fish & Wildlife - 04/04/2014)

This is the time of year bison migrate out of Yellowstone National Park in greater numbers leaving the snow and higher elevation behind them to roam adjacent lands in Montana. Right now, bison are distributed throughout the Gardiner basin, and many are foraging within the Highway 89 corridor. For this reason, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is urging caution when traveling the southern portion of Highway 89. Drivers should pay particular attention south of Yankee Jim Canyon and reduce speed during nighttime hours.
(Region 3 - Fish & Wildlife - 04/01/2014)



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