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Posted: Saturday, June 2, 2012 7:40 am | Updated: 1:22 pm, Tue Apr 22, 2014.

An interagency panel of land and wildlife managers has turned its attention to the impacts on grizzly bears from oil-and-gas exploration and extraction on the Rocky Mountain Front.

The Northern Continental Divide Ecosystem Subcommittee is geared toward delisting the grizzly bear population, with a draft Conservation Strategy for doing so expected to be released this summer.

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          Welcome to the discussion.

          4 comments:

          • BSUjack posted at 8:11 am on Tue, Jun 5, 2012.

            BSUjack Posts: 57

            Mr Servheen, stay in the Park We already are over Wolfed regulated. No more regulations, the Bears will adopt to it. They have moved in and out in Alaska without the Government over regulating them.They will adapt to us people !!! Just for once ??? Besides aren't you infringing on the Indian Nation,anyway??

             
          • 888111 posted at 9:04 am on Mon, Jun 4, 2012.

            888111 Posts: 541

            remember servheen is the man who knows all,these state people are given way too much power,let the tribe figure out whats good,wonder how chris would feel if he was suddenly unemployed and his services weren't needed any more ,its time people came first and animals second

             
          • THEMOLE posted at 2:27 pm on Sun, Jun 3, 2012.

            THEMOLE Posts: 3

            LEAVE THE RES ALONE...IF THEY WANT TO DRILL IT, THEN DRILL IT. IT MIGHT ACTUALLY SPRUCE UP THAT TOWN BECAUSE IT LOOKS LIKE CRAP ANYWAY AND GIVE THEM SOME WORK. I GUARANTEE THE PEOPLE OF BROWNING ARE ALL FOR IT. GLACIER NEVER CARED ABOUT BROWNING OR THE RES UNTIL NOW...OH, BOY, OIL, CAN'T HAVE THAT OUTSIDE THE PARK...I REPEAT, OUTSIDE THE PARK, GLACIER PARK OFFICIALS SHOULD STAY OUT OF THIS...DRILL BABY, DRILL...

             
          • Mt-Hunter posted at 1:19 pm on Sun, Jun 3, 2012.

            Mt-Hunter Posts: 110

            yep , I guess the animal wrongtivests are right. We better stop all the drilling now so we can lose thousands more jobs.. But hey we can just start another war..O I know we already are Iran, Syria.. Imagine that they both hold oil. I guess we better save the grizzlies though .

             

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