Fish and Wildlife Commission adopts new administrative rules on grizzly, wolf management

From the Daily Montanan:

The Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission adopted new administrative rules Thursday regarding grizzly bear and wolf management that have drawn criticism from environmental and conservation groups throughout the rulemaking process.

The adoption of the rules for both species marks key steps as the state updates its wolf management plan for the first time in two decades and prepares to manage grizzly bears in the event the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service decides to delist them in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem and Northern Continental Divide Ecosystem – a decision currently under review.


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