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Deer Poached Near Stevensville School, Entrails and Antlers Removed But Meat Left

Game wardens are seeking information about a strange poaching incident that was discovered in Stevensville last Friday, December 12.

"There was a mule deer that was poached in Stevensville last week," said Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks spokeswoman Vivica Crowser

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Black Bear Activity in Missoula Triggers Investigation

After a very close encounter between two six-year-old boys and a black bear in the Ranch Club neighborhood, Montana Fish, Wildlife in Parks has investigated to see if the bear poses a threat.

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Montana’s Arctic Graylings Not Placed on Endangered Species List

The National Fish and Wildlife service met with Montana Fish, Wildlife and parks yesterday, August 19, to discuss whether or not the Arctic grayling should be placed on the endangered species list

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Photo courtesy of NBC Montana/KECI
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Volunteers needed for Blackfoot River Cleanup This Weekend

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is looking for volunteers to help out at the eleventh annual Blackfoot River Cleanup, which is scheduled for this Saturday, July 26.

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Oregon Wolf Poached Near Stevensville, FWP Seeking Information

Montana Fish, Wildlife, and Parks is seeking information about a wolf that poached last Saturday in the Bitterroot Valley.

"It's kind of unique, we were able to actually nail-down the time of death pretty closely, between 6 and 9 P

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Flooding Causes Fishing and Camping Site Closures Along Bitterroot and Blackfoot Rivers

Montana Fish, Wildlife, and Parks spokeswoman Vivica Crowser says flooding along Western Montana rivers is triggering closures for multiple fishing access sites and campgrounds on the Bitterroot River.

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Photo courtesy of NBC Montana/KECI
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FWP Looking for Public Feedback on Bitterroot River Closure

In early April, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks put an emergency closure on a segment of the Bitterroot River, which stopped all floating. But now, some people are worried the closure will be permanent.

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Mountain Lion Killed Near Missoula Homes

Another mountain lion was caught dangerously close to Missoula homes yesterday, this time in the Rattlesnake.

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Public Hearing on New Hunting Regulations Comes to Missoula

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks reconsiders its hunting regulations every two years and right now, proposed regulation changes have been approved for 2014 and 2015, but they won't be stamped with final approval until after the public has a chance to weigh in.

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Hunting Harvest Up in the Bitterroot, Down in the Blackfoot

Although only around 7 percent of the 12,730 hunting trips in West Central Montana have been successful, those odds are actually pretty good compared to the recent past.

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