Winter Wilderness Walk provides opportunity to track Montanas wildlife
Helena Independent Record
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The possibility of spotting wolverine tracks in the Montana wilderness was exciting.
By some estimates, there are only a few hundred of the elusive carnivores currently living in Montana.
Just three years ago, Steve Gehman, a Montana wildlife tracker of the highest order, trailed a wolverine through the yard of an Elliston resident, past Slate Creek Road and through the Little Blackfoot River area where I was about to start my first snowshoeing excursion Saturday morning.
Listen as MWA President Doug Ferrell provides a commentary segment for Montana Public Radio’s Montana Evening Edition show.
“I want to talk a little bit today about some encouraging progress and momentum in protecting some of Montana’s precious wild country.