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Owners must also remove the living adult fleas, eggs and carcasses from their pet’s fur.

Bald Eagles were formerly distributed throughout North America. However, breeding is now limited to Alaska, Canada, northern Great Lakes states and the Pacific Northwest.

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About a month ago, a friend told Jim Sparks of Missoula that he should check his hunting licenses after a few folks in the Bitterroot looked at their tags and saw the ink on them “was basically disappearing.”

Heading into the back country, to your favorite national park or recreation area? Before you go, give your skills, gear and local intel a tuneup. You'll want to play it safe when heading into the great outdoors with your family. Here are five ideas to consider: ___ 1. LEARN ABOUT MOUNTAIN LIONS Mountain lion attacks on people are rare. Yet, recently, interactions have increased. Experts ...

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It is illegal to hunt grizzly bears in most of the country.  Learn how to identify the difference between grizzly and black bears.  Be absolutely sure of your target. If in doubt, do not shoot.When hunting in grizzly country, carry bear spray. Keep the spray within reach, and be familiar with the firing mechanism.  Hunters are the group of recreationalists most vulnerable to  grizzly bear attacks. Grizzlies are attracted to freshly-killed game.  If you hunt in grizzly bear country take extra precautions such as never hunting alone, and having bear spray always at the ready in a belt  or chest holster.Leave detailed plans with someone, and check-in periodically.Field dress and remove your kill from the field immediately. The longer a carcass remains lying on the ground, hung near hunting camp, or in the back of a truck, the more likely it is to attract a bear.If you must leave a carcass in the field, hang it so the lowest part of the carcass is at least 10 feet off the ground and 300 feet away from recreation/camping/sleeping sites.If a grizzly bear is at the kill site, do not attempt to frighten away or haze a grizzly that does not leave a carcass! Leave it to the bear and leave the scene.If you see no sign of a bear when returning to the site, approach the carcass slowly. Yell repeatedly, and make noise to frighten away any bear you didn’t see!

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It is illegal to hunt grizzly bears in most of the country.  Learn how to identify the difference between grizzly and black bears.  Be absolutely sure of your target. If in doubt, do not shoot.When hunting in grizzly country, carry bear spray. Keep the spray within reach, and be familiar with the firing mechanism.  Hunters are the group of recreationalists most vulnerable to  grizzly bear attacks. Grizzlies are attracted to freshly-killed game.  If you hunt in grizzly bear country take extra precautions such as never hunting alone, and having bear spray always at the ready in a belt  or chest holster.Leave detailed plans with someone, and check-in periodically.Field dress and remove your kill from the field immediately. The longer a carcass remains lying on the ground, hung near hunting camp, or in the back of a truck, the more likely it is to attract a bear.If you must leave a carcass in the field, hang it so the lowest part of the carcass is at least 10 feet off the ground and 300 feet away from recreation/camping/sleeping sites.If a grizzly bear is at the kill site, do not attempt to frighten away or haze a grizzly that does not leave a carcass! Leave it to the bear and leave the scene.If you see no sign of a bear when returning to the site, approach the carcass slowly. Yell repeatedly, and make noise to frighten away any bear you didn’t see!

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