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Animal & Range Sciences Extension Service
P.O. Box 172900
Bozeman, MT
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Tel: (406) 994-3722
Fax: (406) 994-5589
Location: 119 Linfield

MSU Extension Service
Doug Steele, Vice Provost & Director
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Wildlife Extension Program


The primary focus of the Extension Wildlife Program is to respond to needs identified by County Agents and Extension clientele.  Daily response to clientele questions range from backyard wildlife to predator concerns to agency policies. Benefits of one-on-one contact are hard to quantify, but may be one of the most effective methods of extension education.

The goal of the Extension Wildlife Program is to provide scientific, research based, and pertinent information to promote understanding of all aspects of wildlife management. A second goal is to provide programs and information that will help sustain Montana ranches and farms while increasing the public appreciation for the contribution of agriculture to wildlife and wildlife habitat.

For Information on the Wildlife Extension Program, please contact MSU Extension Service at 406-994-5579 or Dr. Jim Knight

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Wildlife Topics

General Articles
Prevention and Control
Private Land Wildlife Management
Livestock/Wildlife Interactions

Dr. Jim Knight Extension Wildlife Specialist 406-994-5579















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