Bozeman, MT — Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks will host a public meeting on Thursday, Mar. 5, to discuss mountain lion management and tentative quotas for the 2020-21 mountain lion hunting season in Region 3.
The meeting will begin at 7 p.m. in the annex of the United Methodist Church, 124 2nd Ave. East, in Three Forks.
FWP staff, representatives from the Montana State Houndsmen Association and other attendees will discuss proposed changes for lion management units and quotas in Region 3. FWP will use input gathered at the meeting to develop tentative quota recommendations that will be presented to the Montana Fish & Wildlife Commission in April for tentative approval. After an additional period for public comment, the proposals are scheduled for final Commission adoption in June.
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