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Montana’s Fish, Wildlife & Parks Commission will meet June 25 in Hamilton at the Bitterroot River Inn Conference Center, 139 Bitterroot Plaza Dr.
(Headquarters - Commission - 05/29/2009)
The 16th annual "Becoming an Outdoors-Woman" workshop, sponsored by Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks, will be held July 31 – Aug. 2 at the Birch Creek Center near Dillon.
(Headquarters - Education - 05/29/2009)
A new law stiffens the penalty for vandalism on public lands that are managed by Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks.
(Headquarters - Enforcement - 05/29/2009)
Vandalism, or criminal mischief, involving Montana's recreational resources is a chronic problem that results in significant annual expense.
(Headquarters - Enforcement - 05/29/2009)
Feeding deer—long known to be detrimental to the animals and dangerous to the public—could now bring criminal charges against those who break a revised law that prohibits the practice in Montana.
(Headquarters - Fish & Wildlife - 05/29/2009)
Montana, in cooperation with many other western states, is doing a survey and study of breeding waterbird populations and where they are located.
(Headquarters - Fish & Wildlife - 05/29/2009)
Observing osprey on their nests in dead trees or on lofty manmade nesting platforms is a favorite activity of many and the viewing on land and online is in full swing.
(Headquarters - Fish & Wildlife - 05/29/2009)
A new state law that won bipartisan support among Montana lawmakers is already rebuilding bridges among landowners and anglers.
(Headquarters - Fishing - 05/29/2009)
Join Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks each Saturday evening from June 6 to Aug. 29 for River Stories, the 2009 Summer Speaker Series at Missouri Headwaters State Park. The series will feature tribal elders, authors, historians, educators, and actors weaving together fact and fiction about the headwaters and beyond.
(Region 3 - Headlines - 05/29/2009)
A new state law offers nonresident youths—12-15 years of age—a substantial discount on an upland game bird hunting license.
(Headquarters - Hunting - 05/29/2009)


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