• Dave Harmon, PW editor

After 8 years of study, Montana to allow bison to roam wild in state — but haven't decided where

After nearly eight years of study, Montana officials have agreed to allow wild bison to once again roam their state. But they say more study must be done before decisions are made as to where those bison can roam.

Wildlife groups applauded the decision Tuesday to open the state's borders to wild populations of the national mammal, but were perplexed by the decision to put off identifying areas of Montana that bison could be returned to.

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