Montana Outdoors Portraits

Montana Outdoors portraits are one-page profiles of Montana's fish, wildlife and plant species. Each portrait provides basic information about the species, including identification, habitat, reproduction, and any management issues.

2002
Sandhill crane
Marten
Common goldeneye

2003
Ponderosa pine
Clark's nutcracker
Long-toed salamander
American dipper
White-tailed ptarmigan

2004
Muskrat
Moose
Golden-mantled ground squirrel
Great horned owl
Wolverine

2005
North American beaver
Gray jay
Franklin's gull
Western larch (Tamarack)
Snowshoe hare

2006
Harlequin duck
Walleye
McCown's longspur
Spruce (Franklin's) grouse
Black-billed magpie

2007
Rubber boa
Mountain whitefish
American pika
Bushy-tailed woodrat
Great gray owl

2008
Northern flicker
Burbot
Northern bluet damselfly
Quaking aspen

2009
Western (boreal) toad
Iowa darter
Tiger beetle
Hungarian (gray) partridge
Gray-crowned rosy finch

2010
Whitebark pine
Mayflies
Greater short-horned lizard
Brown trout
White-tailed Jackrabbit

2011
Northern river otter
Turkey vulture
Big sagebrush
American badger
Northern Pygmy-Owl

2012
Spring beauty
Western tanager
Freshwater sponges
Milksnake
Snow bunting

2013
Smooth green snake
Belted kingfisher
Bohemian waxwing
Cattails

2014
Western red cedar
Hoary bat
Pinedrops
Black-capped chickadee
Western painted turtle

2015

2016

 

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