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Idaho Lawmakers Pass Wolf Population Control Bill

The Idaho Legislature has passed a bill to create a state board that will work to control the growth of wolf populations in the state.

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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 Considers Hunting Regulation Changes

 

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks has been undergoing a lot of considerations for next year's hunting regulations.

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Tacocopter Grounded by Federal Regulations

Federal Regulations are preventing unmanned aerial drones from flying tacos to your doorstep. Are you outraged?

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Important Preseason Dates for Hunters

Montana Fish Wildlife & Parks is trying to alert all hunters to some key changes in the 2012 preseason calendar. One of the biggest changes is that the deadline for residents and nonresidents to apply for deer and elk permits has been moved up to March 15. Drawings for those permits will now occur in mid-April instead of July.

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What is Your Opinion on Montana’s Hunting Regulations?

Time is running out to voice your opinion on next year's hunting regulations. Although the regulations won't be finalized until February 16th, all public comments have to be submitted before 5 P.M.

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Rehberg Defends Family Farms From Labor Department [AUDIO]

Congressman Denny Rehberg formally submitted comments to the U.S. Department of Labor opposing proposed regulations that would undermine the ability of farmers and ranchers to hire young people. While the fair labor standards act already prevents young workers from doing some tasks, the labor department has proposed significant changes that will severely impact the type of work young people are allowed to do on farms and ranches.

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