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Mountain Lions – Coyotes and Bobcats Caught in Wolf Traps [AUDIO]

Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks officials knew other animals than wolves would be caught in wolf traps, and so far, they have been proved right.

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Two Wolves Trapped Since Season Opener [AUDIO]

 

Wolf trapping season got underway officially on Saturday, and only two have been caught so far, according to Ron Aasheim with Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks.

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Wolf Hunting To Close In NW MT As Quota Reached

Wildlife officials say wolf hunting will close in portions of northwest Montana on Thursday after hunters filled the harvest quota for the area. Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks spokesman Tom Palmer said hunters filled the 19-wolf quota for a wildlife management area that includes portions of Lincoln and Flathead counties.

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Moose Poachers On The Loose [AUDIO]

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks game wardens are looking for information on several moose poaching cases that occurred in the upper clark fork area between missoula and deer lodge.

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Bison Settlement Discussions In Montana

An attorney for the state of Montana says a possible settlement is being discussed with Park County officials who are suing to block the migration of wild bison out of Yellowstone National Park. Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks legal chief Robert Lane said Wednesday the talks have focused on whether the state can manage the animals in a way that protects public safety

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Hamilton-Area Rancher Shoots 2 Wolves Near House

A Hamilton-area rancher has shot three wolves on his property over the past five weeks. Julie Schram says her husband, Dave, shot and killed two wolves Monday morning within 300 yards of their house and just a few feet from where a group of goats and sheep were standing

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Wildlife Antler Auction On Saturday

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks will be auctioning off non-perishable wildlife parts, such as antlers and horns, this Saturday. Items will be auctioned to the highest bidder, including bighorn sheep horns and one full size sheep cape, deer and elk antlers, and a few specialty items.

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Photo courtesy of Greg Munther
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Proposal To Modify Boating Regulations Meeting Change

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks changed the location of tomorrow’s hearing on a proposal to modify boating regulations on several stretches of river near Missoula. The meeting, originally set to be held at the Missoula FWP office, will now be at the Quality Inn (3803 Brooks Street), beginning Thursday night at 6 p.m.

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Public Comments On Mineral Rights

 Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is seeking public comment on a proposal to acquire hard-rock mineral rights under 29,488 acres of FWP’s recently acquired Fish Creek Wildlife Management Area and State Park. Th

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If You Care,Leave them There

This is the time of year that you will see young deer and young elk alone. Often what appears to be an orphaned animal, usually is not. Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is reminding residents not to pick-up deer fawns or other

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