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Managing Wild Bison Session 4/4

Tuesday at 7:00 PM in Bozeman at the MT Fish Wildlife & Parks Region 3 Offices Conference Room at 1400 S. 19th, the Gallatin Wildlife Alliance is sponsoring a session with Kurt Ault on FWP’s managing wild bison, with emphasis on Region 3 near Yellowstone.

The Gallatin Wildlife Association Presents:

Montana Wild Bison Restoration and Conservation

Featuring Montanas Region 3 Fish, Wildlife & Parks Wildlife Biologist Kurt Alt

Tuesday April 4, 2006

Kurt will discuss current efforts and challenges to Restoring and Conserving Wild Bison to the State of Montana, in particular to Region 3 of the Greater Yellowstone Area. We hope to have other local FWP wildlife biologists on hand to answer questions and provide their experience, insight and ideas into potential solutions for improving wild bison management in southwest Montana.

Please join us for this exciting and free event sponsored by the Gallatin Wildlife Association. We are local hunters, anglers and other wildlife conservationists working together to protect habitat and conserve fish and wildlife for current and future generations to enjoy.

Date & Time: Tuesday April 4, 2006 Doors Open at 6:30 PM with the presentation to begin promptly at 7:00 PM
Where: Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife & Parks Conference Room, Region 3 Headquarters at 1400 S. 19th St. in Bozeman
For More Information Contact: Glenn Hockett, Volunteer President, Gallatin Wildlife Association, 586-1729

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