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Montana Starts Public Hearings On Bison Relocation

More than 120 people have turned out in Deer Lodge for the first of three public hearings on Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks' proposal to relocate Yellowstone bison to four possible sites in the state

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Black Bear Found In Tree At Missoula Airport

Missoula County Sheriff's Deputies assisted airport security with a troublesome intruder early this morning, a large black bear. Senior Deputy Two Joe McNeal gives details of where the bear was found.

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More Than 20 People Drowned In Montana This Year

More than 20 people died of drowning and in boating accidents in Montana this spring and summer and the heavy snowpack, spring rains and swollen rivers were partly to blame.

The first drowning of the year occurred on May 7 in the Yellowstone River when a Billings fisherman's boat capsized downstream from Huntley.

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Bear Tracked Down In Missoula- Relocated

Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks successfully tranquilizer and relocated a female black bear feeding in backyards in Missoula. Officials believe she may have journeyed out of the rattlesnake area and was feeding on the abundance of fall fruits

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Comments Sought On Shooting Range Proposals By FWP

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is seeking public comment on proposals to provide shooting range grant funds to two proposed projects in Missoula and one in Hamilton. I spoke with Information and Education Program Manager Vivaca Crowser on Monday afternoon about the proposals, That interview is attached.

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Good News For Montana’s Bighorn Sheep

Montana wildlife managers say a spring survey of bighorn sheep shows that past actions of killing sick bighorns in an effort to prevent a pneumonia outbreak from killing even more bighorns appears to have resulted in a higher survival rate for lambs.

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4 Wolves Killed After Depredations Near Darby

Wildlife officials say they have killed the last two of four wolves believed to have been involved in livestock depredations on a ranch in the Sapphire Mountains east of Darby.

Liz Bradley, a wolf management specialist with Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks, says federal Wildlife Services agents killed the wolves during a helicopter hunt Thursday and put a radio collar on another yearling male near the CB Ranch.

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Montana State Library A New Allie For Fisherman

The Montana State Library and Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks have teamed up to  launch a new website. The site is designed to help anglers find the basic information they need for a successful fishing season.

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Reminder To Be Bear Aware

The change in weather is prompting bears to come out of their dens. Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks has already received several reports of bears venturing into Missoula area neighborhoods looking for food

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