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MILES CITY, Mont. -- Block Management is a cooperative effort between Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP), private landowners and public land management agencies to help landowners manage hunting activities and provide free public hunting access to private and isolated public lands.
(Region 7 - Hunting - 09/30/2014)

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks would like to remind hunters of the importance of reading and understanding current hunting regulations.
(Region 3 - Hunting - 09/30/2014)

Block Management is a cooperative effort between Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP), private landowners and public land management agencies to help landowners manage hunting activities and provide free public hunting access to private and isolated public lands. In Region 7 alone, there are over 320 cooperators forming 266 Block Management Areas (BMAs) providing over 2.4 million acres of access.
(Region 7 - Hunting - 09/25/2014)

Montana's young hunters are the focus of a special weekend youth waterfowl and pheasant hunting season Sept. 27–28. Legally licensed hunters age 12 through 15 will be able to hunt ducks, mergansers, geese, coots and ring-necked pheasants statewide on these two days.
(Region 7 - Hunting - 09/18/2014)

Mule deer numbers have experienced recent declines in many areas of Montana but should be improving with favorable weather and habitat conditions in 2014.
(Headquarters - Hunting - 09/18/2014)

With elk populations continuing to be strong across most of Montana these are good times for elk hunters.
(Headquarters - Hunting - 09/18/2014)

Things are looking up for Montana antelope with populations continuing to recover from previous years' winter mortality and reduced recruitment in central and eastern Montana.
(Headquarters - Hunting - 09/18/2014)

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks reminds hunters that bears are very active this time of year, searching out food from late summer berry crops.
(Region 2 - Hunting - 09/17/2014)

Cities and towns across the nation face urban wildlife issues. Deer management is one widespread issue that is difficult and contentious to manage in most locations. The city of Glendive took a proactive approach to deer management, adopting a Deer Management Action Plan, approved by Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks in 2011. Glendive’s plan utilizes hunting with archery equipment as the primary control tool.
(Region 7 - Hunting - 09/04/2014)

MILES CITY--Deer population surveys across southeastern Montana indicate that deer are rebounding following several years of heavy weather and disease-related losses, according to John Ensign, FWP Region 7 Wildlife Manager.
(Region 7 - Hunting - 09/03/2014)



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