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Gray wolves in the West could go back under federal Endangered Species Act protection due to the risk of “potential increases in human-caused mortality,” the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced on Wednesday.
WOLF POINT — A Wolf Point man died over the weekend when he was struck and killed by a westbound train while crossing the railroad tracks on an all-terrain vehicle, the Montana Highway Patrol reports.
Volleyball boxscores from state tournaments Thursday.
Josh Homme's children have filed for a restraining order against him, claiming they find their father "scary" and accusing him of drink driving with them in the car and being physically abusive.
Depending on the traffic, you can be at the trailhead in about 35 minutes from Idaho Falls.
On Friday, the Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission approved a sad and disturbing new era in management of Montana’s wolves, and in turn other…
Both states’ management of wolves was under federal oversight for five years after wolves were delisted about a decade ago.
The vote followed a passionate hearing where commissioners and public commenters sparred over fair chase ethics, science-based wildlife management and legislative mandates.
President Joe Biden's administration is sticking by the decision under former President Donald Trump to lift protections for gray wolves across most of the U.S.
BOISE, Idaho — Wildlife advocates on Thursday petitioned federal officials to restore federal protections for gray wolves throughout the U.S. West after Idaho and Montana passed laws intended to drastically cut their numbers.
No matter how much time you spend with a wolf pup, even if you raise it from birth, it won’t interact with you the same way as a dog.
Among the many new wolf regulations the Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission is taking public comment on are some potential changes to uniquely managed areas adjacent to national parks.
The commission and Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks are tasked with implementing new laws.
The notice alleges that new laws expanding trapping could lead to unintentional injuries and killings of grizzlies and lynx, which are both listed as threatened under the Endangered Species Act.