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Members Sought for Mountain Lion Work Group

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is looking for volunteers to form a mountain lion work group to assist in the development of harvest quota recommendations for the 2014-2015 lion hunting season in west central Montana.

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Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Expert Offers Tips on Wolf Encounters [AUDIO]

On Thursday, January 30, a Missoula man had an encounter with a wolf pack on Marshall Mountain, and successfully walked away.

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Bitterroot Study Shows Mountain Lion Numbers Are Higher Than Predicted

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks recently finished a study that showed mountain lion populations were higher than predicted in the Bitterroot Valley.

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Update – Fish, Wildlife and Parks Official Tracking Mountain Lions Near Cold Springs School [AUDIO]

UPDATE 1:00 p.m. Monday, October 14

Missoula School District One officials notified parents in the Cold Springs School area that someone in the area had spotted three mountain lions in the Arcadia Street area, not far from the school. Director of Technology and Communications Hatton Littman said Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks was notified.

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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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