In this issue:
Where Have All the Porcupines Gone? In western Montana’s mountains, once-numerous “quill pigs” have disappeared. Biologists have theories but, so far, no answers. Read more >>
Secrets of a Morelling Master: A day afield with Montana’s “Mushroom Whisperer.” Read more >>
The People Behind the Place:Montana’s new Outdoor Hall of Fame
celebrates the broad cross-section of individuals who’ve made—and continue to make—this wild and scenic state what it is today. Read more >>
Back Talk: Whether wagging, waving, thrashing, flaring, rattling, slapping, or bobbing, animal tails have a lot to say. Read more >>
A Great Place To Be a Bluebill: Researchers at Red Rock Lakes in southwestern Montana are trying to figure out why lesser scaup are faring so well at the remote national wildlife refuge but so poorly elsewhere in North America. Read more >>
Finding a Way Through: Biologists and ranchers are devising innovative ways to help elk, deer, pronghorn, and other wildlife travel over, under, and through livestock fencing without harm. Read more >>
Montana Outdoors Portrait: American crow. Read more >>
Our Point of View: It's Your Call. Read more >>
Eating the Outdoors: Venison Italian Sausage. Read more >>
FWP At Work: Lydia Bailey. Read more >>
Back Porch: The great spring gamble. Read more >>
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