Montana Sets Grizzly Hunt Rules Ahead of Federal Decision

By | July 14, 2016

Momma grizzly and her cubs by Paul WinklerThe Flathead Beacon reports that Montana wildlife regulators set the rules Wednesday for how hunters will be able to kill grizzly bears in the future if the U.S. government decides to remove federal protections for grizzlies in and around Yellowstone National Park. Hunters in Montana would be allowed to kill only one bear in their lifetime, and a hunter who draws a license in the annual lottery would have to wait seven years before receiving another. Read the full story here.

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