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BBHC Announces Details of Invisible Boundaries Exhibit

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The Buffalo Bill Historical Center of the West (BBHC) has released details concerning their new wildlife exhibit.

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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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Montana Lawmakers, Environmentalists, Livestock Reps Clash Over Yellowstone Bison

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Tensions are mounting between Montana lawmakers, environmentalists, and agricultural representatives over bison management around Yellowstone.

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Yellowstone Elk Population Stable According To Annual Aerial Survey

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The elk population in northern Yellowstone National Park/southern Montana is stable according to a new survey released this week.

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More Yellowstone Elk Migrating North In Winter

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More and more elk are migrating out of Yellowstone National Park in the winter, according to one Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks official.

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Proposal For Elk Hunt Permits Outside Yellowstone Draws Outfitters’ Ire

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Some Montana outfitters and hunters are up in arms over a proposal for the number of permits issued in a hunting district outside Yellowstone National Park.

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CWD Found 25 Miles Away From Yellowstone National Park

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Chronic wasting disease (CWD) has been found in a deer killed 25 miles from Yellowstone National Park.

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National Geographic Names Two Yellowstone Researchers in Contest

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National Geographic has nominated two Yellowstone researchers as Adventurers of the Year for their work on elk migration.

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Montana Bison Hunting Season Starts Sunday, November 15

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Parts of southwestern Montana will open to bison hunting Sunday, November 15.

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Yellowstone Natural History: Elk

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Elk aren’t exclusive to Yellowstone National Park, but they rank among its most beloved herbivores, second only to bison.

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