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Sign up time is here for the popular Open Fields for Game Bird Hunters program.
Montana's SuperTag chances for the hunt of a lifetime are on sale. Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks hopes to beat last year's sales that topped 76,400 SuperTag chances sold. Proceeds from SuperTag sales go to enhance hunting access and enforcement.
Nonresident hunters can now choose among Montana deer, elk and big game combination hunting licenses to purchase online or over-the-counter at any Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks office.
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks' deadline to apply for elk B, deer B and antelope licenses is June 1.
Here's the perfect gift for Dad and Grandpa: free fishing for all over Father's Day weekend, June 15-16.
Montana’s 2013 general fishing season opens May 18.
A new advisory council appointed by Gov. Steve Bullock to develop measures to conserve Montana's sage grouse populations and sustain related land uses is set to meet in Helena, May 21-23.
A young black bear seen near Blue Creek School south of Billings early Thursday apparently was attracted to the area by food. While the two-year-old bear apparently moved through the area to graze on lush spring grass and dandelions, it stayed after finding some household garbage.
The fascinating world of bats will be the topic May 30 at 6:30 at Montana Wild, 2668 Broadwater Ave., just off U.S. Highway 12 West near Spring Meadow Lake State Park.
Learn the skills needed for packing animals for trips into the back country at Montana Wild on May 23.
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks will host a free youth archery shoot at Montana Wild on May 21.
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks will offer a short course in Lolo on May 18 tailored to those that do not trap but want to learn more about furbearer management, Montana trapping seasons and how to release traps.
HYSHAM, Mont.-- Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks officials are seeking information from the public about a young buck deer that was shot and left to waste along the Myers highway just west of Hysham, on or about the 27 or 28 of March.
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks reminds landowners, watershed groups, and others that this summer's deadline to apply for Future Fisheries Improvement Program grants is May 31.
Montana's Fish, Wildlife & Parks Commission will meet in Helena May 9 at Montana Wild, 2668 Broadwater Ave., next to Spring Meadow Lake State Park off Highway 12 West.
The Flathead Reservation Fish and Wildlife Board will meet Wednesday, May 15 at 6 p.m. at the Polson City Library. At the meeting, the Board will discuss pheasant and gray partridge seasons and CSKT accomplishments over the past year under the state/tribal agreement. All interested persons are invited to attend the meeting.
The Montana FWP Commission will meet on Thursday May 9 in Helena beginning at 8:30 a.m.. One of the items on the agenda important to northwest Montana will be a decision on Echo Lake Boating rules proposals. The public will be able to watch the proceedings via video conference at the FWP Headquarters on North Meridian Road in Kalispell. If the Commission modifies the proposals, they may take further public comment. In this event, attendees at the Kalispell Office video conference will be able to offer comment.
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks will restrict access to the Indian Fort fishing access site north of Reed Point for three days next week.
An important deadline for hunters is Wednesday, May 1. That's that last day to apply for moose, bighorn sheep, bison and mountain goat licenses available through a special drawing.
The Billings Bench Water Association, which has the right to water in Lake Elmo, plans to drain the reservoir later this week to repair a damaged outlet structure.