Consistent high water temperatures and low stream flows have prompted Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks officials to close portions of two southwest Montana rivers to fishing beginning Monday, July 22 until conditions improve:
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is looking for volunteers for its annual Dome Mountain Clean-Up Day, co-sponsored by the Park County Rod and Gun Club, on June 8. Volunteers will be cleaning up and removing remnants of old fencing that are dangerous to wildlife on this important elk winter range. Details here:
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks welcomes the public to comment on the recommendations made by the Madison River Citizen Advisory Committee (MCAC) towards FWP's development of a draft recreation management plan for the Madison River. All comments must be received by June 21. See the recommendations and comment here:
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks has announced their schedule of spring hunter education classes in Belgrade, Bozeman and Manhattan. Registration is required, and students under the age of 18 must have the consent of a parent or guardian. Complete schedule and registration information here:
Montana's annual income tax check-off for wildlife benefits the state's small wildlife species including birds, small mammals, reptiles and amphibians, and it provides a fast, convenient tax break. Details here:
The Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Commission is seeking public comment on the proposed Fishing Access Site (FAS) Annual Rule. The proposed rule sets the fees for FAS camping, group use permits, facility rentals, and special recreation permits (SRP) on the Blackfoot and Madison rivers. See the proposed rule and comment here:
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks have taken to YouTube with a series of Outdoor Report videos. Check out the latest from Region 3 called "Turkey". They really are beautiful creatures, almost making me wish they didn't taste so darn good with stuffing and cranberry sauce! Happy Thanksgiving.
Three moose were shot and killed while feeding in a group of aspens in the Antelope Basin area near West Yellowstone earlier this week. Game Warden Jim Smolcynski referred to the case as "poaching at its worst". Any information leading to the arrest and/or conviction of those involved are eligible for a reward:
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