Current issue: March-April 2017
In this issue:
Breathing Room: After decades, bison are finally allowed to roam year round outside of Yellowstone National Park. Read more >>
Soft Landings: How can duck and goose hatchlings survive falls of 50 feet or more? Read more >>
What about the Others? A popular new bipartisan bill working its way through Congress could kick-start Montana into caring about the majority of its wildlife species. Read more >>
My Favorite Tax: For decades, we hunters, shooters, and archers have been paying a federal surcharge that helps conserve elk, bighorn sheep, geese, grouse, and other wildlife. If you didn’t know that, you’re not alone. Read more >>
Mussel Loss: What can we do about the western pearlshell’s steady decline? Read more >>
Securing Homes for Montana’s Wildlife: For 30 years, Habitat Montana has conserved living places for game, nongame, and endangered species. Will it survive? Read more >>
Our Point of View: Inclusive, Transparent, Fair. Read more >>
Eating the Outdoors: Mont-Mex Tacos Read more >>
FWP At Work: Chris Hammond, Nongame Biologist. Read more >>
The Back Porch: Seeing the Sights. Read more >>
Outdoors Portrait: Richardson’s Ground Squirrel. Read more >>
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