Current issue: November-December 2013
In this issue:
We’re So Outta Here: The wide variety of migrations from, through, and even to Montana each winter. Read more >>
Where Can Sage-Grouse Live? Why good grazing practices and more state and federal land-use regulations are essential for keeping these beleaguered birds off the endangered species list. Read more >>
Top Spots for Skinny Skis: Skiing the state’s best groomed cross-country trails. Read more >>
Are Missoula’s Elk Too Tame? A recent study is helping FWP find ways to manage an exploding population in the city’s northern suburbs.Read more >>
Reality TV, Raptor Style: Why is the world watching western Montana ospreys via webcams? Read more >>
Butting Heads over Bison: On the open plains of eastern Montana, wildlife advocates want to restore free-ranging bison. Livestock producers strongly oppose the idea. What’s a ranch-owning hunter to do?. Read more >>
Montana Outdoors Portrait: Bohemian waxwing. Read more >>
Our Point of View: Montana’s Wolf Management Challenges. Read more >>
New feature! Eating the Outdoors: Venison Glaze and Middle Eastern Marinade. Read more >>
New feature! FWP At Work. Read more >>
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