Missoula, MT - A conservation group is suing the U.S. Geological Survey for information on threatened grizzly bears in northwestern Montana.
The Alliance for the Wild Rockies says the USGS failed to respond to a Freedom of Information Act request for reports and findings on the Cabinet-Yaak Grizzly Bear DNA Project.
KECI-TV reported Monday the project aims to give researchers a better idea of the number of bears in that area through DNA from hair samples.
The group's lawsuit says it has not received a response to its request after 2 1/2 months. Government agencies have 20 working days to make an initial response to an information request.
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