Montana’s wolf hunting season is underway, but a recent court order has halted some regulations and an upcoming hearing could have major implications on the remainder of the season.
Yellowstone National Park announced the retirement of longtime lead wolf biologist Doug Smith on Monday.
Aged, sibling gray wolves rescued from a closing California facility in 2019 died at Red Lodge’s Yellowstone Wildlife Sanctuary in October.
The gene mutation that makes a wolf’s hair black has been known for more than a decade. It’s also been hypothesized that black-coated wolves, because of this mutation, are better equipped to survive outbreaks of deadly canine distemper virus. A new study proves this.
The general rifle hunting season opened recently across Montana. Thousands of hunters began pursuing elk and deer with the intention of puttin…
A woman was cited for animal cruelty Thursday for shooting and skinning a 6-month-old husky and posting pictures of herself with the animal online bragging she had shot a wolf.
A woman was cited for animal cruelty Thursday for shooting and skinning a 6-month-old husky and posting pictures of herself with the animal online bragging she had shot a wolf
Montana lawmakers also changed their laws to expand wolf killing in the last legislative session.
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Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks confirmed Wednesday morning that the woman was licensed to hunt wolves.
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Trappers can continue pursuing wolves under Idaho's current regulations after a federal judge rejected a request by conservation groups to temporarily block the state's expanded wolf trapping and snaring rules.
Members of the public were limited to one minute each, as nearly 100 commenters spent more than two hours advocating their stance on wolves.
The lawsuit alleges a quorum of the Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission conducted illegal meetings via email before considering controversial regulations.
Wildlife advocates sued federal officials after the government missed a deadline to decide if protections for gray wolves should be restored.
Twenty seven groups filed the petition with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service requesting that the agency disqualify Montana and Idaho from receiving funding from the Pittman-Robertson Act
At the end of 2021, the model estimates 1,141 wolves were in the state.
FWP will take public comment on proposals until July 21, with regulations to be voted on at the August meeting of the Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission.
We are witnessing an all-out war on wolves in Montana as Governor Gianforte continues to grant the wishes of his most radical supporters. His …
Naming, closely following or becoming attached to any one animal makes it easier for people to feel connected to wildlife. Even, sometimes, causing them to see it almost like a pet of their own.
The dip comes despite new laws and regulations aimed at increasing the take of wolves by hunters and trappers.