The rainy spring this year has aided in the success of range rider tracking efforts. Together, with Wildlife Services and the community, riders have been able to obtain a valuable understanding of how wildlife, specifically wolves and grizzly bears, are moving through the Valley in preparation for the arrival of cattle. Now that cattle are back, riders are transitioning from tracking to monitoring cattle on a daily basis.
Centennial Valley Wildlife and Range Riding Report May 2-15, 2016
Happy Spring!! Our April 2016 Newsletter is available! Please enjoy some wintry pictures from this season, local updates, announcements, and updates on our Range Rider and
Weed Season! Enjoy!
Are you looking for a fun spring time activity? Do you want to visit rugged landscapes of Montana? Are you looking to gain some new experiences or build your resume? Do you want to learn and play in the water while completing great conservation work? If you answered yes to any of those questions, do we have an opportunity for you!
February 21-27, 2016 was National Invasive Species Awareness Week. We spent the week highlighting some species in the Centennial and other information pertaining to invasive species on our Facebook page! If you missed any of the links, please feel free to peruse them below!
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January 2016 Newsletter
Well now that the 2015 Range Riding season is over, it's time to share how our season went overall! Please follow the link below to review our final summary of our season. Thanks to all those who made this summer a success! We are looking forward to the 2016 season!
2015 Final Range Rider Report
A decision notice was published recently for the Year-round Habitat for Yellowstone Bison Draft EA. The decision considered an adaptive change to the Interagency Bison Management Plan to allow bison to roam year-round, in Montana, on the perimeter of Yellowstone National Park.