Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks and the Montana Trappers Association will host a pet release clinic on Thursday, Nov. 21, from 7-9 p.m. in the US Forest Service conference room at 1820 Meadowlark Lane in Butte.
Like the workshops previously held this year in Bozeman, this clinic will give non-trappers hands-on experience with common traps, and the basic knowledge needed to release their pet in the case of an accidental capture. Participants will also learn what to look for on the landscape and how to best avoid traps.
Registration is required as space is limited. Those wishing to attend must call Butte Area Biologist Vanna Boccadori at (406) 494-2082 and leave a message with their name and phone number.
(Report by Montana FWP; Photo: mooseradio.com)
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