Public invited to comment on draft plan for limited grizzly bear hunt in Montana

By | May 14, 2016

KPAX.Com reports that Montana’s Fish, Wildlife, and Parks Commission has taken a step toward allowing limited hunting of grizzly bears in Montana, near Yellowstone National Park. The panel on Thursday unanimously endorsed a draft plan, putting it out for public comment through June – and could give its final approval in July. Get more information about the plan from here.  Click here if you want to submit a comment about the plan.

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