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Author says wilderness experience still exists in National Parks

Whitefish author and adventurer Becky Lomax says there’s a place to experience wilderness where one doesn’t expe...

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Nonresident boaters will need new pass before launching in Montana

Nonresident boaters and anglers visiting Montana will see new rules regarding aquatic invasive species this year, including a fee reduction for anglers.

Updated 1 month ago
Flathead warns about Coram forest

Flathead National Forest would like to remind the public there are additional protection measures in effect in the Coram Experimental Forest to preserve long-term research efforts in the area.

Updated 1 month ago
Canyon Ferry restrictions lifted

Restrictions on Canyon Ferry reservoir boat launches have been removed allowing all boaters to access all boat ramps this year, Montana Fish, wildlife and Parks has announced. FWP says it sought to remove the lau...

Updated 1 month ago
Of lynx and fire

It didn’t take long for biologists to discern which animals left behind the first few sets of snowy tracks.

Updated 1 month, 1 week ago
Frozen Moose more than just logging, Forest Service says

The Forest Service aims to accomplish much more than homeowner protection from wildfires through the Frozen Moose Project. That was the message presented by ...

Updated 1 month, 1 week ago
FWP Commission declines to extend wolf season in Region 1

The Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission voted Feb. 13 to maintain the wolf hunting and trapping seasons and bag limit in Region 1 per 2019 regulations, desp...

Updated 1 month, 2 weeks ago
2019 saw another 50-plus grizzly mortalities

For the second year in a row, 51 grizzly bear deaths were recorded across the Northern Continental Divide Ecosystem in 2019. That ties 2018’s record.

Updated 1 month, 3 weeks ago
FWP makes changes to 2020 licenses, will use regular paper

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks’ licensing process is becoming more digitally streamlined this year. Hunters and anglers can anticipate a few changes when they buy their 2020 licenses starting March 1. Ultimatel...

Updated 1 month, 3 weeks ago
FWP seeks volunteers to teach hunter ed

Montana’s hunting legacy depends on active, skilled and ethical hunters who pass on their traditions to new generations and Montana needs more volunteer instructors, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks says.