Wildlife and humans live in close contact with each other every day. Living with Wildlife offers suggestions on how to deal with wildlife when it enters our neighborhood, backyard, and even our home.
The guide provides information on identification, habitat, ecology, reproduction, range, and distribution of Montana's animal species of concern, along with references and photographs.
The Montana Wildlife Rehabilitation Center rehabilitates orphaned wildlife for the purpose of release back to the wild, while offering visitors opportunities to learn about wildlife and the natural world in a community facility specifically designed for conservation education. [Learn more]