Montana's annual income tax check-off fund for wildlife benefits the state's small wildlife species including birds, small mammals, reptiles and amphibians, and it provides a fast, convenient tax break.
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks offers hunter education on the Internet to anyone 18 years and older.
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks reminds all black bear hunters of the responsibility to avoid mistakenly shooting a grizzly bear during the state's upcoming spring black bear hunt. Montana's spring black bear hunting season begins April 15.
March 16 is the deadline to apply for Montana's 2015 deer and elk hunting permits. An easy-to-use application packet is available from all hunting license providers, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks offices and online at fwp.mt.gov.
Montana's spring male turkey hunting season begins April 11 this year. The deadline to apply for a Montana spring turkey permit available in some Montana counties is March 5.
From Jan. 30 to Feb. 3, researchers captured and tested ninety-three elk as part of surveillance coordinated by Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP) to evaluate the presence of brucellosis in the Greater Yellowstone area and to better understand how elk (and the disease) move across the landscape.
Send an Email Urging Your Representative to Cosponsor H.R. 999 -- The ROV In-Depth Examination Act - Last November, BRC's Don Amador, a SXS enthusiast, asked you to contact Congress because federal regulators were trying to impose their "street-oriented" view on SXS users and the industry by proposing a Rule which could have devastated SXS recreation. Your efforts did help delay imposition of the Rule, but the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is
The hunting of all mountain lions in southwestern Montana hunting districts 320 & 333, which include portions of Madison, Silver Bow, Gallatin and Jefferson counties, will close for the winter season one-half hour after sunset on Thursday, February 19, 2015.
Become an Original Cosponsor of the RIDE (ROV In-Depth Examination) Act CONTACT YOUR CONGRESSIONAL REPRESENTATIVE TODAY Last November, BRC's Don Amador, a SXS enthusiast, asked you to contact Congress because federal regulators were trying to impose their "street-oriented" view on SXS users and the industry by proposing a Rule which could have devastated SXS recreation. Your efforts did help delay imposition of the Rule, but the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPS
Whether state or federally managed ground, it’s important to keep in mind that public lands belong to everyone. That’s why Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is asking people who use these lands to pick up after themselves and leave no trace.
Fish, Wildlife and Parks will interview anglers starting in March on the Missouri River between Holter Dam and the town of Cascade to get a better idea of angler usage and their opinions about the popular trout fishing river.
The hunting of all mountain lions in southwestern Montana hunting district 317, which includes portions of Park County, will close at one-half hour after sunset on Wednesday, Feb. 18, 2015.
GOLDEN, CO (February 17, 2015) -- On January 30th and 31st SnoWest Magazine hosted a major event to Celebrate 40 years of the magazine's history. The weekend featured a number of events and brought several hundred riders to West Yellowstone. The attendees came from all over the U.S, and Canada.
The included a number of fun activities, such as demo rides of the latest snowmobile models, a poker run, a donation ride challenge, vintage snowmobile races, a video contest and much more.
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First published in the CBU Quarterly November 2014 Vol. 4 Issue #4 In December 1996, I was living in Western Washington, when my friend Tracy Whisonant called. Tracy worked at Boeing and called to say he had a new designer in his group. The guy was a snowmobiler and wanted to meet someone to show […]
Chef Colleen Sloan will present a program about Dutch oven cooking on March 1 at Montana WILD.
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP) is seeking comment on a proposed rule that outlines the circumstances under which FWP could temporarily close a portion of the Bitterroot River surrounding Supply Ditch Diversion Dam for public safety.
Montana's 2015 hunting and fishing licenses—including conservation, fishing, spring black bear and turkey, upland game bird, deer and elk hunting licenses—are available now at all Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks offices and license providers.
While ice fishing is a popular outdoor sport in Montana this time of year, anglers must be aware of local conditions that can impact the stability of the ice from one day to the next.
Traditional winter snows heading to Montana over the coming weeks and months will likely be accompanied by avalanche danger due to fresh and unstable snow.