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Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks will hold a Wolf Trapping Certification class in Butte at the La Quinta Inn and Suites on September 6 from 8 a.m. to noon. Certification is required for all would-be wolf trappers in the state of Montana. Individuals that have been certified in years past do not need to take the class again.
(Region 3 - Education - 07/31/2014)
A recent conversation with a friend brought about one of those questions that periodically shake the foundations of Western civilization.
(Headquarters - Headlines - 07/31/2014)
Here are some tips from Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks to help prepare for bear-safe outings for the rest of the summer.
(Headquarters - Recreation - 07/31/2014)
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks encourages Montanans and visitors to "inspect, clean, and dry," boats, trailers and fishing gear to "Stop Aquatic Hitchhikers!"
(Headquarters - Fishing - 07/31/2014)
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks encourages Montanans and visitors to "inspect, clean, and dry," boats, trailers and fishing gear to "Stop Aquatic Hitchhikers!"
(Headquarters - Headlines - 07/31/2014)
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks encourages Montanans and visitors to "inspect, clean, and dry," boats, trailers and fishing gear to "Stop Aquatic Hitchhikers!"
(Headquarters - Recreation - 07/31/2014)
With several Montana counties under official fire restrictions, recreationists need to be prepared to prevent wildfires statewide.
(Headquarters - Recreation - 07/31/2014)
Applications for Montana's special limited-entry mountain lion license drawing are due Aug. 14.
(Headquarters - Hunting - 07/31/2014)
The Montana Fish & Wildlife Commission recently adopted rules and an annual wolf quota completing the process necessary to allow private landowners to take a limited number of wolves per year that potentially threaten livestock, domestic dogs or human safety.
(Headquarters - Fish & Wildlife - 07/31/2014)
The Montana Fish & Wildlife Commission recently adopted rules and an annual wolf quota completing the process necessary to allow private landowners to take a limited number of wolves per year that potentially threaten livestock, domestic dogs or human safety.
(Headquarters - Headlines - 07/31/2014)


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