Posted: Nov 3, 2013 9:21 PM by Cody Proctor - MTN News
HELENA - The Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Commission is asking for public comments about the proposed rule amendments for landowners without a hunting license to kill a wolf if it is a potential threat to the safety of humans, livestock, or pets.
A press release from FWP says the proposed rule amendments would help carry out a new state law, as well as making sure lawful take and reporting is defined and authorized.
The suggested additions also mirror several updates and clarifications identified since the wolf was delisted.
The public meetings are scheduled to start next month all around the state, including Great Falls and Helena on December 3rd.
A final rule will be considered for approval in the spring.