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Fish and Wildlife Commission to meet May 28


The Montana Fish & Wildlife Commission will meet May 28 using the video conferencing platform Zoom. Details on how to access the meeting will be posted on closer to the meeting date. The meeting will also be audio streamed online at The meeting begins at 9 a.m.

(Headquarters - Commission )

New landowner access program deadline extended to June 19


The deadline landowners to enroll in Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks’ new Public Lands Access Land Agreement has been extended to June 19. The program encourages landowners to help open up and improve access to isolated parcels of state and federal land for hunting and fishing. In exchange, landowners can receive a payment and other negotiated improvements.

(Headquarters - Fish & Wildlife )

FWP seeks input on Upper Spotted Dog Creek restoration project


Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is seeking input on a proposed restoration project along approximately one mile of Upper Spotted Dog Creek, located in the Spotted Dog Wildlife Management Area northeast of Deer Lodge.

(Region 2 - Fish & Wildlife )

FWP enrolling landowners for Block Management Program


Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is enrolling landowners across the state who are interested in participating in the Block Management Program. Block Management is a cooperative effort between landowners and FWP to help manage public hunting activities on lands enrolled in the program.

(Headquarters - Hunting )

Two bull elk found shot, left to waste in southern Blaine County


Glasgow – Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Region 6 game wardens are seeking any information regarding two bull elk that were found shot and left to waste approximately two and a half miles southwest of Cleveland in Blaine Co., just off Peoples Creek Rd.

(Region 6 - Enforcement )

Orphaned grizzly cubs going to Bearizona Wildlife Park


Working jointly, staff from Montana Fish Wildlife & Parks and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service found a home for three grizzly bear cubs that were orphaned last month. The cubs will be placed at Bearizona Wildlife Park, located in Williams, AZ. This 158-acre facility is accredited by the Zoological Association of America and is home to 39 black bears and many other species of North American wildlife. The wildlife park receives more than 400,000 visitors annually and educates the public on the importance of conservation and wildlife management.

(Headquarters - Fish & Wildlife )


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