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CSKT asks public to keep wildlife wild CSKT asks public to keep wildlife wild

News from CSKT FLATHEAD RESERVATION – With spring, comes warmer weather and new life to the Flathead Indian Reservation.  As wildlife in our area begin their new families, people are more likely to encounter their young. When people find these animals alone, they think they have been aband...

Local grizzly bears could help populate other areas Local grizzly bears could help populate other areas

In an effort to protect both bears and humans, People and Carnivores teamed up with the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes to offer a bit of advice about how the two species can live together in the same habitat.  CSKT Wildlife biologist Kari Eneas said the Mission Valley is home to hundreds of ...

Wasting disease meeting to be held in Polson

News from CSKT Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks will host a chronic wasting disease public information meeting in Polson on Wednesday, Aug. 21, at Kwataqnuk Resort beginning at 6 p.m.   This meeting is one of seven public meetings scheduled to take place in Northwest Montana (see

Mountain goat hunting on reservation still closed

News from CSKT The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribal Council closed hunting of Rocky Mountain goats on the Flathead Indian Reservation in September of 2018 due to low population levels.   Closed areas are located in both the Mission Mountain Tribal Wilderness area and adjacent areas on the...

Orphaned grizzly bear cubs roaming Charlo area

News from CSKT FLATHEAD INDIAN RESERVATION – The Tribal Wildlife Management Program is seeking information from the public that can help them pinpoint the movement of the two orphaned yearling grizzly bear cubs roaming the Charlo area. Sadly, these two male grizzly bear cubs have been actively ...

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