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Over 570 Yellowstone Bison Killed So Far This Season

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Over 570 Yellowstone bison have been killed so far this winter, according to estimates from wildlife managers.

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25 Yellowstone Bison Bulls To Be Spared for Fort Peck Exchange

January 22, 2015

State and federal officials will spare 25 of the 40 bison originally set aside for the Fort Peck Tribes, according to an Associated Press newsbreak.

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Decision Coming Today on 40 Bison Promised to Fort Peck

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The fate of 40 bison wanted by the Fort Peck Indian Reservation may be decided today.

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State, Federal Officials Look For Quick Resolution of Bison Dilemma

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Federal and state officials are hoping for a clear, quick resolution to Montana Governor Steve Bullock’s temporary halt on bison slaughter.

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Officials Say 900 Bison Need To Be Removed To Curb Yellowstone Herd Growth

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Officials in Yellowstone National Park say 900 bison would need to be removed to curb the herd’s growth.

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Two of the High on Life Defendants Plead Guilty

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Two of the High on Life defendants have plead guilty to violations in both Yellowstone and Death Valley National Parks.

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Yellowstone Bison Genes Transferred To Minnesota Herd

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A new collaboration between Colorado State University and the Minnesota Zoo aims to get Yellowstone bison genes circulating in a new herd.

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New Study: Elk, Not Bison, More Likely To Transmit Brucellosis

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According to a new study published in the Nature Communcations journal, elk are much more likely to transmit brucellosis than bison.

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Expected Quota For Bison Management Thrown Out After IBMP Meeting

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Yellowstone officials have backed down from their expected quota for bison management this year—scrapping the proposed number entirely in fact.

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Judge: Slaughter of Yellowstone Bison Can Commence

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Yellowstone Bison

Saying that the slaughter of 500 Yellowstone National Park bison would not harm the long-term survival of the species, U.S. District Court Judge Charles Lovell signed a ruling allowing the Interagency Bison Management Plan (IBMP) to begin putting them down.

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