Governor Steve Bullock, along with a group of Montana-based organizations, is seeking nominations for the “Montana Neighbor Awards”.
Big game harvest is up from last year’s pace in west-central Montana through the third week of the general hunting season.
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Game Wardens are seeking information on a wasted bull elk, likely shot early in the week of October 25, in southern Phillips County.
White-tailed deer harvest continued to rebound from recent years through the second weekend of the big game general hunting season, with the highest harvest levels in west-central Montana since 2008.
Fish, Wildlife and Parks is seeking public comment on proposed guidelines to establish elk hunting seasons before or after the existing archery and general rifle seasons.
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP) game wardens are seeking information on a black bear sow that was shot and abandoned last week in the South Fork of Little Joe Creek, just west of the town of…
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation awarded $50,000 in grant funding to Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks (FWP) and Wildlife Services to assist Montana with its wolf management plan implementation.
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is seeking information on the wasting of two deer near Glasgow.
The Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Hunter Education course dates have been set for the Malta and Saco areas.
The Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Hunter Education course dates have been set for the Glasgow and Hinsdale areas.
A trapper education class is scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 21 at the Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks office in Missoula (3201 Spurgin Road).
A fur handling workshop is scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 10 in Deer Lodge.
The final results are in at Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Havre check station for the 2014 hunting season. Overall, hunter numbers and big-game harvest were down.
Marc Kloker has been appointed as the Region 6 information and education program manager for Montana of Fish, Wildlife & Parks…
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is seeking information on the poaching of a four antelope south of Hingham…
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks’ Becoming an Outdoors Woman program is sponsoring a snowshoe workshop on Saturday, Jan. 24 in Thompson Falls…
The big game hunting season closed on Sunday with elk and mule deer harvest on par with last season, and white-tailed deer harvest solidly higher at all three hunter check stations.
MFWP will offer a wolf trapping certification class in Superior on Sunday, Dec. 7 from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. in the 4H Building on the Mineral County Fairgrounds.
Cold temperatures and snowfall kept hunter participation and harvest slow but steady in the third week of the general big game hunting season in west-central Montana.
At the close of the first week of hunting season in west-central Montana, the three hunter check stations near Bonner, Darby and Anaconda are reporting a deer harvest slightly above the average.
Montana’s opening weekend of the 2014 general rifle season saw more hunters pass through the three check stations inMFWP Region 2 than in the 2012 or 2013 openers.
The Darby hunter check station will resume operation for the 62nd year when Montana’s big game hunting season opens on Saturday, October 25, but long-time hunters will notice a difference.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is excited to announce the acquisition of 988 acres of private elk habitat in south-central Montana which it conveyed to the Helena National Forest.
The Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks will hold a public hearing Aug. 14 at 6 p.m. at its Missoula office on proposed new rules to establish a voluntary wolf management stamp.
MFWP game wardens are looking for tips on a deer poaching case that took place northwest of Hamilton in the neighborhood of Westhills Way.
State wildlife managers said the information gathered from the 2014 surveys indicate mule deer in most areas are approaching long term average numbers.
The Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks has announced that a hunter education course is planned for Seeley Lake in August.
Two men were recently convicted in two separate poaching cases involving big-game such as elk, deer and bighorn sheep in the Anaconda and Butte areas of Montana.
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks (FWP) accepted a $25,000 grant from the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation to assist its wolf management plan.
MFWP, the USFWS, the National Park Service, and Tribal wildlife managers will once again begin seasonal scientific capture operations in parts of western Montana this month.