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Lincoln Area Grizzly Bear Trapped and Removed

Residents in the Lincoln area have reported trouble with a grizzly bear that has been rummaging through clover, winter wheat, bird seed and garbage.

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Poisoned Eagle Investigation Needs Public Help

Two Golden Eagles were found dead near Bear Creek just off of the Fish Creek drainage near Alberton. A Bozeman research lab determined that the eagles were killed by poison. Public information officer for Fish Wildlife and Parks, Vivica Crowser explains,

It is still unclear whether the eagles were targeted with the poison or whether they came across the poison while eating carrion

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Photo courtesy of USFWS Mountain Prairie@flickr.com
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FWP At Odds With Tribes Over Flathead Lake Trout [AUDIO]

Lake Trout vs Bull Trout...FWP at odds with tribes over Flathead Lake trout

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Despite State’s Best Efforts, Wolf Population Rises

Despite the state's best efforts, Montana has more wolves

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Photo courtesy of John Moore/Getty Images
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Extended Wolf Season In The Bitterroot Denied [AUDIO]

Extended wolf hunting season in the East Fork of the Bitterroot denied by FWP.

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New Non-Resident Pass For State Parks

Montana has over 50 state parks and if you’re a non-resident you now have the ability to visit each and every one of those areas with one fee.

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FWP Increases Hunting Numbers For Mountain Lion

Preliminary approval has been given by Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks to increase the number of Mountain Lion permits in the West Fork Bitterroot areas from 20 to 30.

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FWP Aims To Stem Abuse Of Disabled Hunter Permits

The Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Commission is proposing action meant to curb the abuse of a special permit issued to disabled hunters.

Permits to hunt from a vehicle are issued to Montana hunters with disabilities certified by a medical professional

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Photo Courtesy Of gardenfulloflily.blogspot.com
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FWP Closes Fishing Access Sites in Eastern Montana

Montana, Fish, Wildlife and Parks have closed most fishing access sites along the Tongue and Yellowstone Rivers due to high water and flooding conditions. F-W-P Region 7 Information Officer Dwayne Andrews says the public should refrain from using these sites

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