After almost a year of allowing its citizens to dine on big-game animals struck and killed by cars, Montana officials consider its meals-under-wheels program a success.
Paradise Valley is where buffalo roam and the deer and antelope play. As the only year-round route into Yellowstone National Park, Highway 89 is used by more than a million park visitors annually. Anglers and boaters are drawn to fishing access sites along the Yellowstone River that Highway …
Check carefully what’s on the platter this Thanksgiving: 11 people have applied for Montana’s new roadkill permits since they became available Monday.
Montana roadkill will get a new life beginning on Tuesday.
HELENA — State wildlife officials say permits to salvage road-killed deer, elk, antelope and moose will be available online beginning Tuesday.
Rep. Steve Lavin, R-Kalispell, sponsored the roadkill bill.
Montanans cannot legally dine on flat fur stew for at least another month.
So you thought you knew the work of Montana’s Theodore Waddell, one of the region’s best-known Modernist painters?
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is seeking comment on a proposed rule to carry out a new law that allows salvaging of antelope, deer, elk or moose killed in collisions with cars, trucks and other motor vehicles.
MISSOULA — The Montana Legislature passed a measure back in March allowing citizens to salvage road kill, and now Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is looking for input on how to implement the new law.
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals volunteer Leila Sleiman hands out 'roadkill jerky' in downtown Billings on Friday. PETA was in Billings to raise awareness of Montana's new roadkill law.
JACKSON, Wyo. — The number of animals struck by vehicles in Grand Teton National Park rose last year despite a speed limit reduction on the park's main road.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Whether it's fresh or in rigor mortis, roadkill may soon be legal take-out for Wyomingites.
A bill before the Wyoming Legislature would allow people to take home roadkill.
The new Highway Bill recognizes what Montana and Wyoming residents have always known: Critters and cars don’t do well on the same track.
RAWLINS — Wildlife officials are investigating a Rawlins restaurant after a possible road-killed animal was found in its freezer.
JACKSON, Wyo. — Heavy snows this winter have likely resulted in more wildlife-vehicle collisions in Teton County.
In response to the Yellowstone County commissioners decision on Feb. 10 to refuse to pay for the removal of road kill carcasses along Montana roadways: This is a recipe for more roadkill and a human safety threat.
MOOSE, Wyo. - Grand Teton National Park administrators say a four-year campaign to prevent drivers from running over park wildlife has so far failed to stem the rate of collisions.
Commissioners agreed Monday that they will not pay to have roadkill picked up after Yellowstone County’s garbage service provider said it would begin charging for the task.