Outdoor-related news stories from across the country published in the June 30, 2023 edition of Minnesota Outdoor News.
Beyond Minnesota: Man pleads guilty to picking up Yellowstone bison calf that was rejected by herd, euthanized
A man from Hawaii pleaded guilty May 31 to a charge alleging he picked up a bison calf in Yellowstone National Park, causing the animal’s herd to reject it and leading park officials to kill
A Wyoming man faces up to a year in jail and a $10,000 fine if convicted of killing a protected grizzly he allegedly claims he mistook for a legal black bear outside Yellowstone National Park.<br
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department recently announced an emergency extended closure of the shed antler and horn hunting regulation to protect big game on winter ranges.
The emergency regulation extends the current closure until
Report finds that wolves killed 243 livestock, including one horse, in 2016 in Wyoming. As a result, wildlife managers last year killed 113 wolves that were confirmed to be attacking livestock.
“Wildgame Nation” star Billy A. Busbice Jr. fined $23,000 and receives suspended jail sentence.
The Wyoming State Forestry Division and area government leaders have formally objected to prohibiting cutting trees in a proposed Palisades wilderness area abutting the west side of Jackson Hole. Conservationists and biologists are urging review
Since coming under the protection of the Endangered Species Act, grizzlies have steadily expanded their habitat outward from the population’s core in Yellowstone National Park.
Issue is over concerns the feeding grounds increase the transmission of diseases that can be spread north into Montana.