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A sow grizzly bear spotted near Camas in northwestern Montana. Wildlife officials endorsed a plan in August to keep northwestern Montana's grizzly population at roughly 1,000 bears as the state seeks to bolster its case that lifting federal protections will not lead to the bruins' demise. Montana Fish and Wildlife and Parks, via AP hide caption

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Grizzlies Have Recovered, Officials Say; Now Montanans Have To Get Along With Them

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Photographed in Walden, Colo., in 2013, greater sage grouse perform mating rituals. The Trump administration is revising a conservation plan for the imperiled species. David Zalubowski/AP hide caption

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Trump Administration Revises Conservation Plan For Western Sage Grouse

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The Wyoming toad population in 1985 totaled 16. Today, there are 1,500 and it remains as one of 12 endangered species in the state. Cooper McKim/Wyoming Public Radio hide caption

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Wyoming Toads Begin To Recover As States Seek Endangered Species Act Overhaul

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