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FWP Embarks on New Mountain Lion Plan

Thu May 21 14:42:00 MDT 2015

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is developing a statewide management plan for mountain lions and is seeking the public's help identifying issues of concern.

(Region 7 - Fish & Wildlife)

Motorists Hauling Watercraft Must Stop at AIS Inspection Stations

Wed May 20 13:14:00 MDT 2015

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks officials reminded private and commercial boaters today that state law requires all motorists hauling watercraft—from trailers with motorboats or inflatable rafts to canoes and kayaks perched atop cars and pick-up trucks—to stop at inspection stations.

(Region 7 - Fishing)

Here Come the Young

Wed May 20 11:37:00 MDT 2015

Right now in a coulee, sagebrush flat or wheat field near you lays a newborn antelope fawn.

(Headquarters - by Bruce Auchly)

Manners Matter - How To Share The River

Wed May 20 11:32:00 MDT 2015

Montana's welcoming summer waters annually draw anglers, hikers, wildlife viewers, campers, floaters and boaters into the outdoors because it's still easy to have a great summer experience on Montana's rivers.

(Headquarters - Recreation News)

Keep Safe On The Water

Wed May 20 11:29:00 MDT 2015

Summer days on the water with family and friends are ahead. Here’s a primer on how to keep those days safe and fun for the entire crew.

(Headquarters - Recreation News)

Boating Safety Is As Easy As 1-2-3

Wed May 20 11:28:00 MDT 2015

As the summer boating season begins, FWP urges all boaters to follow three basic rules on the water:

(Headquarters - Recreation News)

FWP Embarks On New Mountain Lion Plan

Wed May 20 11:17:00 MDT 2015

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is developing a statewide management plan for mountain lions and is seeking the public's help identifying issues of concern.

(Headquarters - Fish & Wildlife)

Motorists Hauling Watercraft Must Stop At AIS Inspection Stations

Wed May 20 11:14:00 MDT 2015

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks officials reminded private and commercial boaters today that state law requires all motorists hauling watercraft—from trailers with motorboats or inflatable rafts to canoes and kayaks perched atop cars and pick-up trucks—to stop at inspection stations.

(Headquarters - Headlines)

Comment Sought on Proposed Trail on Blackleaf WMA

Wed May 20 10:36:00 MDT 2015

Fish, Wildlife and Parks seeks public comment on a draft environmental assessment on a proposed trail on the Blackleaf Wildlife Management Area west of Bynum on the Rocky Mountain Front.

(Region 4 - Hunting)

Front Bighorn Population Drop Leads to Quota Questions

Wed May 20 10:33:36 MDT 2015

With the Sun River bighorn sheep herd declining by more than half in five years, state wildlife biologists are trying to figure out how that will affect hunting licenses, what it means for the animals’ long-term future and what’s causing the drop.

(Region 4 - Hunting)

 

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