Friday, June 27, 2003
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks' July/August edition of its color magazine, Montana Outdoors, features articles on the search for Montana’s largest trees, why the drought continues despite recent rains, the growing threat of biological invaders, the problem with “bucket biology,” and, just in time for Bannack Days, a haunting portrait of Bannack State Park.
The issue also covers the growing controversy among anglers, kayakers, and floaters over river crowding. The article “Cross Currents” examines why conflicts are growing on Montana’s 15,000 miles of coldwater streams and rivers, and how FWP aims to resolve the issue.
Published since 1970, Montana Outdoors promotes the conservation and sustainable use of Montana’s fish, wildlife, and state parks. The magazine is available at public libraries and FWP offices or by calling (800) 678-6668.