Interagency Bison Management Plan
With meetings scheduled Monday night and Tuesday on allowing bison more room to roam outside Yellowstone National Park, four conservation groups are extending an offer to affected landowners to help pay fencing costs.
HELENA - State and federal wildlife officials are considering ways to haze more than 160 bison back toward Yellowstone National Park.
After a tough winter that saw hundreds of bison migrate from Yellowstone National Park into Montana, the Park Service has estimated the population at 3,700 animals. That's a decline of 200 from last summer.
I attended the Interagency Bison Management Plan (IBMP) meeting on Wednesday, Dec. 8, and was completely flabbergasted. I heard more talk about how to discuss the issues than any discussion on the issues themselves.
The Interagency Bison Management Plan is again putting locals’ lives in danger. Hazing buffalo that pose no risk to anything or anyone repeatedly across Highway 191 puts everything in their path in danger. There is no forewarning that intensive hazing operations, paid in part by the local …
The Interagency Bison Management Plan partners met in Bozeman on April 14-15 to continue their discussion on how to “conserve a wild, free-ranging bison population while concurrently protecting against transmission of brucellosis from bison to cattle.”