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Tell Wyoming not to Hunt (or Bait) Grizzly Bears

Climate change. Isolation. Habitat loss. Hit by cars. Drowned in canals. Mistakenly killed by black bear hunters. Killed in self-defense by big game hunters. Grizzly bears in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem face a panoply of threats, and conflicts with humans continue to rise.

Montana Decides Not to Hunt Grizzly Bears this Year

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP) has decided not to hold a Yellowstone-area grizzly bear hunting seas

Progress-through Unlikely Partnership-with Wildlife Services

Two years ago, NRDC and Montana Wildlife Services warily shook hands and agreed to try an experimental project working with each other and with ranchers to install electrified (“turbo”) fladry around livestock pastures in wolf country throughout the western part of state.

On Saving the World: My Summer at NRDC in Montana

Guest blog post written by Angela Hessenius

Yellowstone Grizzly “Delisting” Rule is Flawed and Premature

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) issued a final rule to remove Yellowstone-area grizzly bears from the federal list of threatened and endangered species today.

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