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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.
Public comments are being sought on a proposal to change mountain lion harvest quotas in Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Region 6 outside of Hunting Districts 680/690.
The Missouri River Breaks Elk Working Group will meet from 7-9 p.m. on May 15 in the upstairs meeting room at the First State Bank in Malta.
Fish, Wildlife and Parks game wardens are seeking help in finding who shot a pair of white-tailed deer on separate Sundays behind a Great Falls church.
The hunting of all spring black bears in south-central Montana BMU 510, which includes portions of Big Horn, Carbon and Yellowstone counties, will close one-half hour after sunset on Tuesday, April 23, 2013.
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks will host a wilderness survival workshop suitable for all outdoor enthusiasts at Montana Wild on May 4.
Wilderness first-aid means caring more than band-aids. Learn what you need from a Helena doctor at Montana Wild on May 2.
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks will host a free screening of an acclaimed fly fishing film at Montana Wild on April 30.
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks will host a free youth archery shoot at Montana Wild on April 30.
Learn about a prickly Montana creature, and meet Sasha the Porcupine, at Montana Wild on April 25.
In light of feedback from Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks’ constituents, the Woods Ranch WMA Grazing Lease draft EA public comment period has been extended through 5:00 p.m., May 13, 2013, which will provide greater opportunity for the public’s input on this project. The proposed action for the grazing project for the Woods Ranch WMA in Lincoln County (T37N, R26 & 27W) will allow cattle provided by a local rancher to graze on the WMA to better manage vegetation for wildlife cover and forage.
MT Fish, Wildlife & Parks (MFWP), Region One, is seeking public comment for a grazing project for the Woods Ranch Wildlife Management Area (WMA) in Lincoln County (T37N, R26 & 27W). The proposed action will allow cattle provided by a local rancher to graze on the WMA to better manage vegetation for wildlife cover and forage.
A turkey hunter encountered a grizzly bear adult and two grizzly yearlings in the area of the Creston National Fish Hatchery east of Kalispell this morning. The hunter was walking along, and spotted a deer carcass. He heard something and looked up to see a grizzly charging him at close range. The hunter fired his shotgun at the grizzly from about 10 yards away; he was uncertain whether or not his shot hit the grizzly.
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP) is seeking comment on a proposed rule that would temporarily close a nearly two-mile stretch of the Clark Fork River near Warm Springs Ponds and a small portion of the neighboring Warm Springs Wildlife Management Area (WMA).
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP) is seeking comment on a proposed rule that would close a portion of Florence Bridge Fishing Access Site (FAS) on the Bitterroot River to address safety concerns while the Eastside Highway bridge is replaced.
As part of an ongoing interagency program to monitor the population of grizzly bears in the Northern Continental Divide Ecosystem (NCDE), Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks, the US Fish & Wildlife Service, the National Park Service, and Tribal wildlife managers will once again begin seasonal scientific capture operations in parts of western Montana this month.
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks game wardens are looking for information about a white-tailed deer buck that was killed near Bridger on March 26.
A Pennsylvania man has been ordered to pay a total of $5,180 in fines and restitution for misdemeanor big-game hunting violations in four Montana counties.
MILES CITY, Mont.-- Coordination between Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks and the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) proved to be successful in bringing an eighteen month investigation to a close.