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Montana FWP warns university over scientist’s study

[large thumbnail url=”montana-fwp-warns-university-over-scientists-study” filename=”news” year=”2010″ month=”12″ day=”06″] [thumbnail icon url=”montana-fwp-warns-university-over-scientists-study” filename=”news” year=”2010″ month=”12″ day=”06″] According to an article on the Bozeman Daily Chronicle Web site, a top official from the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks warned Montana State University president that the agency might end all cooperation with the university after a scientist released a study challenging the state’s proposed wolf hunt.

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Woof! Montana museum exhibit looks at man’s best friend

[large thumbnail url=”woof-montana-museum-exhibit-looks-at-mans-best-friend” filename=”science” year=”2010″ month=”09″ day=”24″] [thumbnail icon url=”woof-montana-museum-exhibit-looks-at-mans-best-friend” filename=”science” year=”2010″ month=”09″ day=”24″] When he found out she owned two dogs, Bozeman Mayor Jeff Krauss says, he knew that Waded Cruzado would fit in as president at Montana State University.

“This is one crazy dog town,” Krauss joked at Cruzado’s inauguration this month.

Everyone who’s dog crazy is sure to be interested in the newest exhibit at the Museum of the Rockies.

“Wolf to Woof: The Story of Dogs,” opening Saturday, explains the history of dogs, their evolution, what makes them unique and how “man’s best friend” came to be.

There are 35 different species of wild dogs – including foxes, jackals and coyotes. But DNA studies show that all of today’s domestic dogs descend from just one canine species — the wild wolf…

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Dead wolf leads Montana FWP to look for a new pack

[large thumbnail url=”dead-wolf-leads-montana-fwp-to-look-for-a-new-pack” filename=”news” year=”2010″ month=”09″ day=”14″] [thumbnail icon url=”dead-wolf-leads-montana-fwp-to-look-for-a-new-pack” filename=”news” year=”2010″ month=”09″ day=”14″] The Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks is investigating whether wolves have established a pack in the Bridger Mountains after a dead wolf was found in the Brackett Creek area over the weekend.

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Public meetings held regarding proposed Montana wolf hunt plans

[large thumbnail url=”public-meetings-held-regarding-proposed-montana-wolf-hunt-plans” filename=”news” year=”2010″ month=”06″ day=”07″] [thumbnail icon url=”public-meetings-held-regarding-proposed-montana-wolf-hunt-plans” filename=”news” year=”2010″ month=”06″ day=”07″] There have been a number of meetings held around Montana regarding the proposed Montana wolf hunt plan which calls for the quote to be doubled or even tripled. The meetings served as rallying points for the increasingly active anti-wolf movement.

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Editorial: With wolves, it’s time to separate fact from fiction

[large thumbnail url=”south-african-man-tours-country-with-a-wolf” filename=”editorial” year=”2010″ month=”04″ day=”16″] ¬†Jeff Welsch – communications director for the Greater Yellowstone Coalition – write a guest column which appeared in the Bozeman Daily Chronicle.

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Day in the life of a Yellowstone wolf biologist

[large thumbnail url=”day-in-the-life-of-a-yellowstone-wolf-biologist” filename=”news” year=”2010″ month=”03″ day=”29″] [thumbnail icon url=”day-in-the-life-of-a-yellowstone-wolf-biologist” filename=”news” year=”2010″ month=”03″ day=”29″] Michael Gibney of the Bozeman Daily Chronicle, followed Yellowstone wolf biologist Doug Smith for a day and captured a fascinating glimpse of the world through his eyes.

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“Wolf” spotted in Bozeman turns out to be Malamute

[large thumbnail url=”wolf-spotted-in-bozeman-turns-out-to-be-malamute” filename=”news” year=”2010″ month=”02″ day=”12″] [thumbnail icon url=”wolf-spotted-in-bozeman-turns-out-to-be-malamute” filename=”news” year=”2010″ month=”02″ day=”12″] Photos distributed of a wolf in Bozeman, Montana¬†turns out to be just an Alaskan Malamute, who was promptly adopted after getting picked up by animal control officers.

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