Samples from 25 deer harvested around the state tested positive for chronic wasting disease last week, bringing the number of positive samples collected this year to 91, including one elk and one moose.
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The wandering grizzly bear that spent the summer in the Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness Area has turned its trek into a loop.
The Bureau of Land Management’s Billings Field Office will push back the comment deadline on its new Travel Management Plan for the Pryor Mountains after criticism of its failure to notify the public.
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Montana’s wildlife officials took heat — even from retired staffers — over proposals that would continue six-month elk hunting seasons for another year.
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A preliminary injunction to halt this winter’s hunting of Yellowstone National Park bison in Montana has been denied by a Billings federal judge.
Montana’s general hunting season ended Sunday evening with lower hunter numbers and varied success rates in southwest Montana during the season’s sixth and final weekend.
Trappers can keep using sodium cyanide bombs to kill coyotes and other livestock predators, the Trump administration said Thursday, rejecting calls for a ban despite repeated instances of the devices also poisoning other wildlife, pets and people.
Chronic wasting disease is a political, financial, recreational and human health concern — a heavy subject matter for Wyoming residents to contemplate as they enter one of the final phases of creating a state management plan for the disease.
Overall, hunter numbers were about average this year, mule deer harvest was well above average, and other big game and bird harvests were below average at Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks' Havre check station for the 2019 hunting season.
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Mule deer, white-tailed deer and elk taken by hunters was lower than long-term averages at Fish, Wildlife & Parks' Augusta check station this hunting season.
South-central Montana check stations operated by Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks saw hunter numbers and their harvest fall — to historic lows in some instances — for the final weekend of the 2019 general big game season. Those numbers dragged season-long statistics down at all five locations.
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An opportunistic cat found itself in a sticky situation Monday after getting its head stuck in a peanut butter jar.
Prosecutors have stepped up charges against a 23-year-old Roundup man accused of illegally killing three elk in August.
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