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Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks invites the public to attend Region 3’s Supervisor candidate forum on Nov. 5 at 6 p.m. at the Best Western Gran Tree Inn in Bozeman (1325 N. 7th Ave).
(Region 3 - Fish & Wildlife - 10/29/2014)

Two young grizzly bears were captured in the Gardiner area within the last week and relocated. The bears were female, siblings, and about two years old
(Region 3 - Fish & Wildlife - 10/29/2014)

Fish, Wildlife and Parks and the FWP Commission have extended the public comment period for a proposed settlement agreement that would provide public access to the Marias River Wildlife Management Area south of Shelby.
(Region 4 - Fish & Wildlife - 10/27/2014)

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks has approved and issued a license to a commercial fur farm southwest of Roy.
(Region 4 - Fish & Wildlife - 10/27/2014)

After reports to Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP) early last week of dead brown trout in the Big Hole River with a fungal infection, FWP crews have been closely monitoring the area affected.
(Region 3 - Fish & Wildlife - 10/24/2014)

The Yellowstone Ecosystem Subcommittee (YES) of the Interagency Grizzly Bear Committee (IGBC) will hold its fall meeting in Bozeman, Montana on October 29, 2014 and invites the public to attend. Often the YES Meetings are spread over two days, but this year the meeting has consolidated to one day.
(Region 3 - Fish & Wildlife - 10/16/2014)

A Blackfoot Valley grizzly bear was relocated to a remote area in the South Fork of the Flathead this week after killing a young cow near just north of the Blackfoot-Clearwater Wildlife Management Area.
(Region 2 - Fish & Wildlife - 10/16/2014)

Anglers report seeing dead brown trout in the Big Hole River near Melrose in southwest Montana. The fish are noted to have a fungal infection known as saprolegnia.
(Region 3 - Fish & Wildlife - 10/14/2014)

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP) is seeking public review and comment on its proposal to acquire 158 acres adjacent to the 34,573 acre Fish Creek Wildlife Management Area (WMA) west of Alberton.
(Region 2 - Fish & Wildlife - 10/08/2014)

An adult grizzly bear was euthanized Tuesday at Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks’ state laboratory in Bozeman in response to its history of conflict and poor physical condition. The bear, a 28-year-old male, had been captured in the Jardine area of southern Park County Monday after attempting to break into a building that housed tack and horse grain.
(Region 3 - Fish & Wildlife - 10/08/2014)



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