The Custer County Hunter Education class for June 2007 has been scheduled. This will be a two-day class and students must attend the registration and both day classes to graduate. (Region 7 - Education - 05/31/2007)
A landowner, under the authority of a Shoot-On-Site (SOS) permit, has killed one wolf, completing the control action that was authorized by Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks (FWP) after last week’s confirmed depredation of one calf on the property south of Big Timber. (Region 5 - Headlines - 05/30/2007)
A calf was confirmed killed by a wolf south of Big Timber today, prompting Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks (FWP) to authorize the removal of one wolf in an effort to halt further depredations.
The depredation took place in the Moccasin Lake pack’s territory. Based on evidence at the depredation site and recent intensive monitoring by FWP and others, FWP authorized USDA Wildlife Services to remove one wolf and a permit was issued to the landowner where the depredation occurred.
(Region 5 - Headlines - 05/29/2007)
This is a brief synopsis of fishing conditions and reports from select waters across the state. For more detailed information, contact a fly shop, bait store, or boat marina for the particular water. For detailed information on river flows, visit: http://waterdata.usgs.gov/mt/nwis/current?type=flow Opening day. (Headquarters - Fishing - 05/25/2007)
To support Crow and other Native American culture and arts, a number of cultural workshops will be held at Chief Plenty Coups State Park this summer as part of the Roaring Thunder series. The first workshop will be drum making on June 9 and 10, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the park followed by a beadwork workshop on June 16th. (Region 5 - Headlines - 05/25/2007)
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is extending public comment on a proposed acquisition through donation of 22 acres of privately owned land adjacent to the existing Wing Dam Fishing Access Site, located approximately 1.7 miles downstream of Cascade on the Missouri River at river mile 2,166 . (Region 4 - Headlines - 05/25/2007)