This week we’re diving deep into migration barriers, some new science is coming out showing how to identify migration barriers and how removing old fences can make a big difference.
But before we get into that we get a little update on some Montana fishing, everything from cutthroat to largemouth bass as well as a quick sheep scouting update.
A rain derailed and collapsed a bridge into the Yellowstone River spilling an estimated 500,000 pounds of liquid asphalt into the water.
In Montana, recreation users must purchase a conservation license if they utilize a Fishing Access Site.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation wrote an interesting op-ed in which they talk about fixing the “Cottonwood Decision”
In Nevada, 23,675 acres of BLM land have been leased for a solar development for 105 million dollars.