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AIS worshops for natural resource educators

Fri May 24 12:41:32 MDT 2019

Natural resource professionals and conservation organizations are invited to a one-day workshop about teaching aquatic invasive species to youth. Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks and Montana Department of Natural Resources are co-hosting three workshops in June. Workshops will be held in Kalispell on June 21, Billings on June 25 and Butte on June 27.

(Headquarters - Aquatic Invasive Species)

The Strange Power of Antlers

Wed May 22 16:11:16 MDT 2019

What is it about shed antlers that annually turns grownups into raving lunatics?

(Region 4 - by Bruce Auchly)

Montana WILD to offer youth wildlife biology programs in July in Helena

Wed May 22 16:05:53 MDT 2019

Youths ages 9 and older will have the opportunity to learn the roles of biologists during a series of wildlife programs at Montana WILD in July. The free programs are on Tuesdays from 6 to 8 p.m. and will focus on the birds, fish and aquatic insects that live at Spring Meadow Lake.

(Headquarters - Education)

Corvallis High School Students Win FWP & Inspired Classroom Grizzly Bear Challenge

Thu May 16 15:29:17 MDT 2019

This spring Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks and Inspired Classroom offered a statewide distance learning program, The Grizzly Bear Challenge, to high school students and teachers. The program involved asking Montana students to share their ideas about managing this magnificent but complex and, at times, controversial predator. The program encouraged youth to learn about the public comment process, providing input and taking part in managing our state’s fish and wildlife.

(Headquarters - Education)

 

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