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Yellowstone Proposes 4,200 As New Goal for Bison Population

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Yellowstone National Park has proposed that bison managers aim to keep the bison population around 4,200 rather than 3,000.

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U.S. Fish and Wildlife Will Not Restore Protections for Yellowstone Grizzly Bears

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Following internal review, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will not restore endangered species protections for Yellowstone grizzly bears.

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Three Men Plead Guilty to Poaching Yellowstone Bison

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Three Park County, Montana men plead guilty to poaching bison outside of Yellowstone National Park earlier this year.

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Blackfeet Nation Will Join Yellowstone Bison Hunt

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This winter, the Blackfeet Nation will become the sixth tribe to join the annual bison hunts outside Yellowstone National Park.

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Stakeholders Contemplate Plan to Prevent Future Crises in Yellowstone River

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The Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is preparing a plan for future fish kills in the Yellowstone River, after last summer’s disastrous season.

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Montana Bill Would Let Bison With Brucellosis Leave Park

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A Montana rep has proposed a bill that strip a requirement that bison be brucellosis-free before being transported out of Yellowstone National Park.

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U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Signals Approval of Yellowstone Grizzly Bear Delisting

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It seems state and federal wildlife officials have tentatively agreed the Yellowstone grizzly bear population should be delisted from the Endangered Species Act.

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Yellowstone Public Scoping Comment Report Released

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The National Park Service and Montana agencies have released a public scoping comment report regarding Yellowstone’s Bison Management Plan/Environmental Impact Statement.

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