BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Montana wildlife officials plan to release a long-awaited wild bison study Thursday that contemplates restoring the burly animals to public, tribal or private lands more than a century after they were driven to near-extinction
The National Park Service is looking for public input on a new Environmental Impact Statement for Bison Management. Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Spokesperson Andrea Jones says the current plan has been around for quite some time.
Are the bison on Montana's Fort Peck Reservation wildlife or livestock? That's the question Montana District Judge John C. McKeon is being asked to decide in a court motion issued by a collection of pro-ranching groups.
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