Current issue: November–December 2016

September-October 2016


In this issue:

How Low Can They Go?A team of cavers descends into the nation’s deepest limestone cave, in Montana’s Bob Marshall Wilderness, farther down than anyone has ever been. Read more >>

Overdue: State and federal agencies say it’s time to take Yellowstone region grizzly bears off the threatened species list. Read more >>

Macro vs. Micro:FWP sees populations. The public sees individual animals. Can the difference be resolved? Read more >>

Saving the Best Forever:FWP conservation easements protect critical wildlife habitat and secure hunting access while sustaining family ranches. Will new landowners support those goals? Read more >>

The Mountain Men of Montana: Even with the constant danger, physical hardship, and endless isolation, they lived what seemed to be free, independent lives that many of us dream of having. Read more >>

Our Point of View: Wake-up Call. Read more >>

Eating the Outdoors: Venison Carbonnade. Read more >>

FWP At Work: Ashley Taylor, Wildlife Biologist. Read more >>

The Back Porch: Antlers Big and Small. Read more >>

Outdoors Portrait: Fisher. Read more >>

 


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The North American Model of Wildlife Conservation

Fishing

A Recipe for Big Trout

Musselshell Makeover
: How the people in this central Montana watershed found a way to share water from—and restore function to—the river running through their lives.

Montana Outdoors Best 100

Montana Outdoors Best 100

Check off your list: if someone wants to experience the highlights of our state’s outdoors, this is a greatplace to start.

Natural World

Carnivorous Plants

Beware the Savage Sundew: If you’re an insect, that is. Also watch out for bladderworts and Montana’s other carnivorous plants.

Education

Pictograph Cave State Park

Standing for Montana: Strange stories of how the bitterroot, grizzly bear, mourning cloak butterfly, and Montana’s other state symbols came into existence.

Hunting

Pictograph Cave State Park

Welcome to Montana Elk Hunting: Advice for residents and nonresidents on where to hunt, obtaining reliable information, and negotiating the licensing and permitting process.