The bears are understandably hungry
State officials have installed two new fishing piers at the popular site
The pond skim is April 8 from 2 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Expansive trail system will break ground this spring with a ceremony scheduled for May 9
Proposal would add 40 miles of trails to the Whitefish Face area north of the city
Trend occurring amid an ongoing effort to turn over management from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to the states
The problem for wildlife management is that Pittman-Robertson funds are almost certain to decline
Wilderness Speaker Series features acclaimed author whose new memoir chronicles experience monitoring fish eggs in ‘The Bob’
Nearly four decades after Diane Boyd started monitoring the first radio-collared wolf to recolonize the Western U.S. from Canada, she has come full circle with her new job as wolf management specialist for Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks.
Bears emerging from winter dens and seeking food
Rules are to help Montana reservoirs fend off invasive mussels
A total of 246 wolves were killed in the 2016-17 season, 37 more than a year ago
There are plenty of reasons why ending daylight saving is a bad idea
Suppression of invasive lake trout in isolated backcountry lakes in Glacier National Park continues to show signs of success for bull trout
Group wants to start conversation about wildfires early before spring warming
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