MFW Commission hosts “Wolf” Planning Meeting (Live Streamed)


The Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission is planning to meet Friday to review wolf hunting and trapping seasons in southwest Montana.

The commission will discuss potential next steps as Region 3 nears its wolf harvest threshold for the season, according to Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks. The meeting is scheduled for 1:30 p.m., and it will be streamed live on the department’s website.

Commissioners may act on some potential next steps at the meeting. Members of the public will get an opportunity to comment on any action, the department wrote.

Hunters and trappers had taken 75 wolves in Montana’s Region 3 by Wednesday afternoon, according to the state’s online wolf dashboard. If seven more wolves are killed in the region, the commission must convene and revisit regulations. Seasons may be adjusted at that point.

Read the rest of the story here published by the Bozeman Daily Chronicle.


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