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USFWS Announces Bozeman Grizzly Bear Meeting

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Federal officials will be hosting a meeting in Bozeman April 12 to answer questions about the Yellowstone grizzly bear population.

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IBMP Agencies Approve Bullock Bison Plan

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Breaking news: Montana Governor Steve Bullock’s bison plan has been approved.

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Bison Operations Come To A Close For 2016

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Bison operations have ended today and the final numbers are incoming.

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Human Remains Found In Yellowstone National Park

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Yikes! You read that right folks: human remains were found in Yellowstone National Park.

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First Yellowstone Bear Sighted In 2016

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It may not quite be spring yet, but for at least one Yellowstone grizzly bear, winter is over.

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Montana FWP Announces Elk Hunt Plan For HD 313

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After vocal opposition from hunters, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks has decided not to move ahead with their original elk plan for HD 313.

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Journalist, Wild Bison Advocate Sue Yellowstone National Park and NPS

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A journalist and a wild bison advocate have sued the National Park Service over access to Yellowstone’s Stephens Creek Bison Capture Facility.

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New Details Emerge Regarding Bison Plan This Winter

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New details have emerged regarding the hunting, slaughter, and/or removal of bison under the Interagency Bison Management Plan this year.

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Contention Over Yellowstone Grizzlies Delisting Continues

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Contention continues over whether Yellowstone grizzlies should be delisted from the Endangered Species Act.

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Yellowstone Proposes Culling 1000 Bison

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Yellowstone National Park officials have proposed culling around 1,000 bison this winter—mostly calves and females—to curb migration into Montana.

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