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Lower Ruby Fishing Restriction Lifted

08/25/2016

Effective immediately, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is lifting the hoot-owl fishing restrictions on the Ruby River from Duncan District Road to the confluence with the Beaverhead River.

(Region 3 - Fishing )

FWP Seeking Public Comment on Proposed Land Acquisition in Hill County

08/24/2016

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is seeking public comment on a proposal for the fee-title acquisition of a parcel of property in north Hill County. The proposed purchase contains approximately 640 acres of property about 45 miles northwest of Havre. This property is adjacent to the Lost River Wildlife Management Area (WMA), and if acquired, would be managed as a part of this WMA. The property is located along the Milk River and consists primarily of Milk River riparian habitats and associated uplands.

(Region 6 - Fish & Wildlife )

Bird Hunters Need to be Bear Aware

08/24/2016

Upland bird hunting begins Sept. 1 and hunters along the Rocky Mountain Front, especially in riparian areas, need to be aware they are in bear country.

(Region 4 - Hunting )

Antelope Buck Poached Near Conrad

08/24/2016

Fish, Wildlife and Parks game wardens are seeking information regarding the poaching of an antelope buck near Conrad.

(Region 4 - Enforcement )

Alert: Keep Pets Away from Decomposing Fish

08/24/2016

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is urging the public to keep pets out of contact with fish carcasses along the banks of the Yellowstone River. While the parasite associated with this fish kill has not been shown to cause health problems in humans or pets, bacteria or other harmful materials associated with decomposing fish could sicken pets.

(Region 3 - Fishing )

Tendoy Sheep Reduction Continuation Proposed Updated

08/23/2016

During a conference call Monday morning August 29th at 8:30 am from the Fish, Wildlife & Parks headquarters in Helena, the Fish and Wildlife Commission will hear a proposal from FWP to continue a bighorn sheep elimination effort in the Tendoy Mountains that was initiated in 2015.

(Headquarters - Commission )

Alert: Keep Pets Away From Decomposing Fish

08/23/2016

(Bozeman, Mont.)—Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is urging the public to keep pets out of contact with fish carcasses along the banks of the Yellowstone River. While the parasite associated with this fish kill has not been shown to cause health problems in humans or pets, bacteria or other harmful materials associated with decomposing fish could sicken pets.

(Headquarters - Headlines )

 

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