Citing a lack of pilots, the Montana Department of Livestock proposes opening the entirety of the state to nonresidents for its aerial predator hunting permit.
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In 1993, the state of Washington executed Westley Allan Dodd, an admitted child sex killer, in America's first legal hanging since 1965.
The effect of noise in natural areas is still very measurable, and elevated levels have been shown to negatively affect the localized ecosystem.
Talented moms have been handmaking their kids’ Halloween costumes for decades, but one Cleveland woman just raised the bar, big time. Artisan and mom of two Stephanie Pokorny crocheted her sons’ Halloween costumes this year, and the result is absolutely incredible. Pokorny’s son wanted to be Slimer from “Ghostbusters,” and
I am, as some would describe, a “fallen away Catholic.” But they would be wrong. Jesus said, “seek and you will find” and I set out to do just…
A wildlife biologist gives tips for what to do if you encounter a cougar or other large carnivore in the wild.
Dr. Cecily Costello, a research wildlife biologist with Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks, said evidence-based estimates show that roughly 50,000 grizzly bears lived in what is now the Lower 48 portion of the United States before Europeans arrived. Today, she estimates there are somewhere between 1,800 and 2,400.
Ranchers are being told to take photos and cover up any livestock that may have been killed by a predator to assist Wildlife Services investigators who are being stretched thin in Western Montana.