Biologists and wildlife advocates cite science to drive Grey’s plan

Laura Lundquist (The Missoula Stream) More than two dozen organizations and scientists have offered critiques of Montana’s proposed grizzly bear management plan, hinting at obstacles that might hinder the delisting. With three days left until the closing of the comment period on the state’s grizzly bear management plan proposed by the Gianforte administration, 27 organizations … Read more

How to find sustainable travel companies

People said that the epidemic was their creation They want to travel more responsibly In the future. New data now suggests that they do. According to a report published in January by the World Travel and Tourism Council and Trip.com Group: Almost 60% of travelers have chosen more sustainable travel options in the past two … Read more

Excess dust in the atmosphere could mask the real effects of climate change

It’s no secret that humans have made major changes to the Earth and its atmosphere. But as greenhouse gases accumulated in the air and the average surface temperature of our planet rose, a less well-known phenomenon occurred. Earth’s atmosphere has become much dustier since the pre-industrial era. And it’s possible that all of these extra … Read more

Groups are suing the USDA Missoula Wildlife Service over grizzly deaths

Laura Lundquist Three wildlife groups are suing the federal government over its failure to consider how grizzly populations in Montana have been affected by intentional bear removal, particularly in contact lanes outside major recovery areas. On Wednesday, three organizations — WildEarth Guardians, Western Watersheds Project and Trap Free Montana — sued the USDA Wildlife Service … Read more

Governor Gianforte demands a new plan for managing the wolves

Laura Lundquist (Missoula stream) In a somewhat unusual move, the governor of Montana is directing Fish, Wildlife and Parks to rewrite the state’s wolf management plan. On Thursday, Governor Greg Gianforte sent a letter to FWP Director Hank Worsech asking him to “work with the citizens of Montana to put together a new Wolf Plan.” … Read more

The Condon easement adds to wildlife conservation efforts

Laura Lundquist (present-day Missoula) Thanks to a new partnership, another 30 acres will be saved for wildlife in the Swan River Valley. On Thursday, Vital Ground, a land trust that prioritizes grizzly bear habitat, announced that an easement has been placed on 30 acres of forested wetland surrounding Condon Creek along Highway 83 in Swan … Read more

Regina Wildlife Rehabilitation seeks donations to upgrade the facility, and offers advice on wildlife safety

Salthaven the West Wildlife rehabilitation Center, a local wildlife rescue service is calling for public support as it continues to care for a growing number of injured animals from a 600-square-foot clinic in Regina. Salthaven West Clinic. Salthaven Wildlife Rehab. The center says it is seeing a rise in sick and injured wild animals in … Read more