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Registration for the Hunter Education Course in Kalispell is scheduled for Saturday, September 8, beginning at 9 a.m. and running until 3 p.m. at the Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks headquarters on North Meridian Road.
(Region 1 - Headlines - 07/31/2007)
Licenses must be purchased by August 31 for the fall season for black bear.
(Region 1 - Headlines - 07/31/2007)
Two incumbents and four new members of the Region 6 Citizens Advisory Council will participate in the next meeting of the group on Sept. 11 in Havre
(Region 6 - Headlines - 07/31/2007)
A graded and graveled boat ramp, vault toilet and camping sites at Snowden Bridge Fishing Access Site will benefit boaters, anglers and sportsmen using the lower Missouri River
(Region 6 - Headlines - 07/31/2007)
FWP has verified reports of fish kills at small reservoirs in southern Phillips County and at Nelson Reservoir, where hundreds of lake whitefish have washed up on shore.
(Region 6 - Headlines - 07/31/2007)
A small portion of the 32,300-acre Beartooth Wildlife Management Area burned Monday as the Meriwether fire surged north along the east side of Holter Lake, state officials said. “It’s now threatening private land to the north of the WMA,” said Gary Bertellotti, Fish, Wildlife and Parks Region 4 supervisor.
(Region 4 - Headlines - 07/31/2007)
A calf was recently confirmed killed by wolves in the Middle Fork of Rock Creek, southwest of Philipsburg. USDA Wildlife Services confirmed the depredation July 30.
(Region 2 - Headlines - 07/31/2007)
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks officials announced that Beavertail Hill State Park and Beavertail Pond are closed to the public so the area can be used as a temporary firefighter camp and water source for suppression efforts.
(Region 2 - Public Lands Restrictions, Closures & Reopenings - 07/30/2007)
Rising water temperatures have prompted Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP) officials to place fishing restrictions on more western Montana rivers and streams beginning Thursday, Aug. 2 to protect important wild trout fisheries. Waters that will close to fishing 24 hours a day to protect bull trout include portions of Rattlesnake Creek, Rock Creek and Fish Creek. Portions of the Clark Fork and Little Blackfoot Rivers will close to fishing from 2 p.m. until midnight.
(Region 2 - Drought & Fire - 07/30/2007)
Norman Jacobson will discuss Shoshone Indians tribal hunting techniques at 8 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 4 at Salmon Lake State Park.
(Region 2 - Headlines - 07/30/2007)


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