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Montana FWP Closes HD 313 For Yellowstone Elk Migration

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Montana’s wildlife agency has closed Hunting District 313 (HD 313), a popular elk corridor adjacent to Yellowstone National Park.

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Montana May Acquire 583 Acre Corridor for Yellowstone Elk, Other Wildlife

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The state of Montana may soon acquire nearly 600 acres of land north of Yellowstone, which will benefit Yellowstone elk and other wildlife.

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New Study Predicts Yellowstone Grizzly Bears Could Expand to Other Populations

Grizzly in Hayden Valley, 2014

According to a new study, grizzlies in the Northern Continental Divide Ecosystem may someday bridge the gap separating them from Yellowstone grizzly bears.

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Yellowstone Bison Herd Measures Estimated 4,800 Animals

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There are roughly 4,800 bison in the Yellowstone National Park herd, according to a survey conducted by park biologists this August.

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Montana FWP Officials Confirm Presence of Fish Kill Parasite

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Officials have confirmed the same parasite that felled thousands of whitefish in the Yellowstone River last year is present in the current spate of fish deaths.

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More Dead Fish Found in Yellowstone River

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More dead fish have been found in the Yellowstone River, but not nearly as many as last year, when officials had to close access to parts of the river.

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Dead Fish Found in Yellowstone River Near Livingston

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Dead fish have been found in the Yellowstone River near the hub of last year’s fish kill, which closed the river for nearly a month.

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Montana FWP Weighs Expanding Elk Habitat North of Yellowstone

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The Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission is eying an expansion of elk habitat just north of Yellowstone National Park.

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States Will Assume Yellowstone Grizzly Management Monday

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Montana, Wyoming and Idaho are set to assume management responsibilities for Yellowstone area grizzly bears Monday, July 31, 2017.

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Yellowstone River Symposium in Livingston Looks Forward

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A symposium in Livingston, Montana is discussing the future of the Yellowstone River after last summer’s alarming whitefish die-off.

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