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Multi-state wolverine monitoring project underway

Here’s a follow-up on last May’s announcement of a multi-state wolverine study . . . One of the rarest animals in Montana gets a fresh look as Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks reports new efforts to conserve the wolverine. Bob … Continue reading

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Two grizzlies collared on the North Fork

Over the past few days, Tim Manley of Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks trapped and collared two local grizzlies as part of an ongoing population study. The NFNews site has the story, including photos . . .

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Grizzly population study to start in Cabinet-Yaak region

A DNA-based grizzly bear population study is slated to being this summer in the Cabinet-Yaak area . . . A small army will soon begin a summer of scouring the woods of extreme Northwest Montana and northern Idaho, collecting grizzly … Continue reading

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Wildlife biologists plan grizzly catch-and-release studies in Northwest Montana

In the spring, a wildlife biologist’s thoughts turn to bear studies . . . As a way to monitor the ongoing trend of grizzly bear recovery, wildlife biologists are about to begin capturing grizzlies in western Montana this month for … Continue reading

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Glacier Park hopes to measure fisher population — if any

Glacier Park thinks they might have a few fishers living within their boundaries. Now, they are going to try to find out for sure . . . Every year, Glacier National Park biologist John Waller gets about a half-dozen reports … Continue reading

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