Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is looking for volunteers for its 3rd annual Dome Mountain Clean-Up Day on Saturday, June 13. Volunteers will be cleaning up and removing remnants of old fencing that are dangerous to wildlife on this important elk winter range.
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks will hold an open house on Monday, December 15 in Bozeman, giving staff and regional Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) members the opportunity to meet with southwest Montana legislators. This open to the public.
With the recent increase in temperature, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is alerting the public to the movement of ice jams and sudden rises in water levels along river corridors. A number of Region 3 fishing access sites are experiencing flooding with ice barriers forcing water to flow into these sites. The following FAS are currently closed:
General deer and elk season is set to begin this Saturday, October 26 and Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is reminding hunters that state law requires they stop at all game check stations while traveling to and from hunting areas. This includes hunters who have not harvested an animal.
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks' Region 3 Citizens' Advisory Committee meets quarterly to provide input and guidance on the many natural resource and management issues addressed by FWP in southwest Montana. The CAC will meet in Bozeman this Thursday and the public is welcome to attend:
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks has announced the temporary closure of the Three Dollar Bridge Fishing Access Site on the Madison River beginning next week to ensure public safety while improvements are being made to the site. Details here:
Montana's 2012 general deer and elk season opens in just nine days. Hunters, make sure you know your 2012 regulations! It's especially important that you familiarize yourself with changes pertaining to areas in which you plan to hunt. Here are some major local changes:
Montana Fish Wildlife & Parks has reopened the three fishing access sites on the Madison River that were closed last week following the Bear Trap 2 fire: Damselfly, Black's Ford, and Greycliff; fire restrictions remain in place.
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