In 2018, the most recent year for which data is available, Wildlife Services killed 7,965 coyotes, 46 wolves, one grizzly bear and many other species in Montana.
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“COVID has basically doubled the loss in coal that was happening prior to this.”
At stake is a 2018 decision that restored Endangered Species Act protections for grizzlies in a three-state region.
Court vacates 287 oil and gas leases in Montana over BLM failure to assess for groundwater and climate impacts
U.S. District Court Judge Brian Morris, of Great Falls, found the BLM leases violated the National Environmental Policy Act.
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