WILDLIFE -- For three hours on a recent afternoon, Blaine County Undersheriff Pat Pyette and a deputy shot wounded antelope in Montana.
The herd had congregated on the only place clear of snow — railroad tracks used by BNSF Railway Co.
Pyette figures he and the deputy put down about 100 animals that day, about 5 miles east of Savoy. Parts and pieces from another 200 antelope were strewn across the tracks, enough to fill a dozen dump trucks, he said.
See the rest of this disturbing report from the Great Falls Tribune.