By late September, Montana FWP had issues 1747 roadkill salvaging permits from when the law was put into place two years ago now. The law allows people all over Montana to keep an edible animal found on the side of the road such as deer, elk, moose or antelope. Before this recent law, Montanans could have been charged with illegal possession of a game animal if caught with the roadkill. White tail deer are the most common (1058 permits) followed by mule deer (307), elk (299), moose (68) and finally antelope (15).
Read the whole Missoulian article here: http://missoulian.com/news/state-and-regional/roadkill-finding-its-way-to-dinner-tables-across-montana/article_2a27f444-d0e4-54c1-9032-8d48d50a5ed0.html
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