Wildlife Management Area on the Yellowstone River
Most Difficult Accessibility
Region 7 |
Hand launch small craft. Primitive site.
Amelia Island Wildlife Management Area is located on the Yellowstone River
272 miles from the mouth
Amelia Island is the next access site upstream from Amelia Island.
To provide an interspersion of habitat types that enhances wildlife abundance, particularly white-tailed deer and ring-necked pheasants, and to provide recreational opportunities.
Located in Treasure County midway between Miles City and Billings, approximately one mile north of Hysham on gravel county road to Hysham Water Treatment Facility.
(Lat 46.316, Lng
PO Box 1519
Walk-In hunting from county roads and WMA access road.
These locations represent physical
occurrences (visually confirmed) within the boundaries of the site.
Many more species may be present in the area which are not listed
because we do not have a visually confirmed record. If you would like
to report a species sighting, a form is available.