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Mountain Pine Beetles have attacked nearby trees in this 2012 photo. (USFS)
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More Beetle-killed Trees to be Removed at Lake Como

The Bitterroot National Forest is heading back to Lake Como to remove more trees that have been killed or are dying from infestations of the Mountain Pine Beetle.

Logging has been conducted over the past year, and now another project on 210 acres will remove trees from campgrounds and areas on the south and north sides of the lake

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The look of the forest is "red and dead" where the Mountain Pine Beetle has attacked. (USFS Photo)
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Beetle Infested Trees Keep Campground Closed

The effects of the Mountain Pine Beetle are evident.

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A peak in the Bitterroot Mountains of Montana. (KLYQ File Photo)
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Boulder Creek Trail Opens for Weekend Use Only

Work continues on beetle-killed timber.

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Dead trees in Bitterroot Valley. (KLYQ Photo)
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Beetle-killed Trees Are Coming Down

A popular trailhead will be closed for a month.

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Spraying for the Mountain Pine Beetle. (USFS Photo)
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Bitterroot Forest Attacks the Pine Beetle

Preventative work is underway to slow down the beetles.

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Bitterroot trees. (KLYQ Photo)
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Bitterroot Forest Continues to be “Bugged”

Some bugs are past their outbreak peak; others are increasing.

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Bitterroot trees are under attack by beetles. (KLYQ photo)
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Bitterroot Forest Starts Logging Near Como

210 acres killed by beetles will be involved in operation.

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Mountain Pine Beetles have attacked this tree. (File Photo)
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Bitterroot Beetle “War” Summits Planned

Experts will try to help slow the spread of the pests.

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"Red and Dead" is the term for the beetle-killed trees in Sula area. (KLYQ Photo)
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Sula “Standing Dead” Beetle-killed Trees Removal Underway

Forest Service is making campgrounds safe from hazards.

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"Red and Dead" is the result of the mountain pine beetle. (KLYQ File Photo)
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Beetle-Kill Logging Planned

The Pintler Ranger District of the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest is continuing some travel interruptions due to logging south of Philipsburg at Georgetown Lake.
The trees were killed by the Mountain Pine Beetle (MPB), who's populations have exploded throughout Northwest forests recently

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