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Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Prepares for Wolf Trapping Season [AUDIO]

Now that the general big game rifle hunting season is over, officials with Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks are preparing for the wolf trapping season, which begins December 15.

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Safety – Courtesy Are Keys to Success for Hunters [AUDIO]

As hunters head into the hills on the first weekend of the general hunting season, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks officials are reminding them that safety and courtesy are the keys to any successful hunt.

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Bob Wiesner and Spinner – Mountain Lion Hunters for Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks [AUDIO]

When Missoula and western Montana residents call Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks to report a mountain lion sighting, Bob Wiesner and Spinner hit the trail to find them.

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Update – Fish, Wildlife and Parks Official Tracking Mountain Lions Near Cold Springs School [AUDIO]

UPDATE 1:00 p.m. Monday, October 14

Missoula School District One officials notified parents in the Cold Springs School area that someone in the area had spotted three mountain lions in the Arcadia Street area, not far from the school. Director of Technology and Communications Hatton Littman said Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks was notified.

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Missoula School District One Informs Parents About Bear Sighting [AUDIO]

A school parent in the South Hills neighborhood notified school officials that they had spotted a bear on Monday, October 7, so the district sent out a message to parents about the sighting.

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Elk Hunting
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Montana Wildlife Agency Unable to Get Information About Federal Lands Due to Government Shutdown [AUDIO]

With general rifle hunting season due to start on October 26, even officials at Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks are having problems getting information about federal public lands, due to the partial government shutdown.

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Grizzly Comments Extended

You can make comments on the draft of an updated conservation and management plan for grizzly bears in southwestern Montana until September 30.

The Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks officials extended the comments from September 16 in response from the public for more time to study the plan, which was developed over the last year

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Montana Hunting Seasons Already Underway [AUDIO]

September marks the beginning of the long-awaited hunting seasons in Montana. In fact, several seasons are already underway.

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Bitterroot River. (KLYQ File Photo)
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Fishing Restrictions Lifted on Bitterroot and Clark Fork Rivers

The Bitterroot River fishing restrictions have been lifted by the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks.

The Bitterroot and the Clark Fork Rivers had both been restricted to fishing only in the mornings for over a month

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The Bitterroot River at sunset. (Fullerton Photo)
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Afternoon Floating in the Bitterroot River is OK – Fishing, Not So Much

The Bitterroot River is low - way low for this time of year, and fishing hours are now limited on all but the East Fork and West Fork.

The Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks enacted the 2 p

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