The move comes just over two years after the agency said the grizzly bear population had improved enough to warrant delisting.
(LAKEWOOD, CO)- The on again, off again legal fight over federal protection for grizzly bears in the Yellowstone region is back “on” again, after the
State wildlife officials say they’ve figured out what’s caused a section of the Blackfoot River to recently change color.
There are six-to-eight bears feeding off the garbage in Lolo and state wildlife officials say that’s not happening anywhere else in the Missoula Valley.
A few more young trees are growing on the slopes of Lolo Peak, thanks to the Lolo National Forest and the National Forest Foundation.
The Seeley Lake Ranger District is investigating why the Blackfoot River has recently changed color.
A popular campground on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation has prohibited soft-sided camping due to bears.
State officials are cautioning that as temperatures make a staggering climb, so does the chances of Harmful Algal Blooms on Montana’s lakes.
Two black bears have been killed in Yellowstone National Park this year and officials are looking for third habituated black bear.
Jacob Hartman recently captured on camera a bear sliding down a snowfield in the Glacier National Park.
A 9-year-old girl from Odessa, Florida was hurt after being tossed into the air by the bull bison at Yellowstone National Park.
A 9-year-old girl was injured after being tossed into the air by a bull bison in Yellowstone National Park on July 22.
Two grizzly bears were recently moved to the Cabinet-Yaak Ecosystem in Lincoln County.
County and state officials have been working on new signage in high traffic areas to alert people of where they can and cannot park.
Glacier National Park staff have had a busy summer responding to bears near campgrounds, trails, roadsides, and other developed areas.
Glacier National Park spokeswoman