Fire restrictions in Ravalli County have moved to Stage II and will stay there until fire danger conditions change.
Heavy use of the Madison River by outfitters and recreational users alike have led to new recommendations for river management.
This summer, in an urban state park in Helena, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks has been conducting a very visible research project that includes colorful birds, excited biologists, and the public.
At the end of 2021, the model estimates 1,141 wolves were in the state.
The protocol is being implemented about a year after Gov. Greg Gianforte ordered Fish, Wildlife & Parks to decline making a call on two rivers, citing concerns on the process.
The 14 recommendations from the Elk Management Citizen Advisory Group will now undergo legal and fiscal analysis before going out to the public for comment.
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks will hold a public hearing via telephone to collect comment on an administrative rule change that was proposed by the Fish and Wildlife Commission at its June meeting.
The banding station at Spring Meadow is unique, allowing the public to observe the work and assist with the release of birds.
The machine is a dumping and cleaning station for portable toilets.
This is the first golden shiner submitted to the state fish record book, according to Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks.
The outdoor raceways at FWP's Big Timber hatchery were completely covered by river water, sweeping the state’s Yellowstone cutthroat trout brood stock downstream.
FWP will take public comment on proposals until July 21, with regulations to be voted on at the August meeting of the Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission.
Earlier this year, the Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission adopted significant changes to mountain lion regulations.
The 10th Judicial District over which Heather Perry will preside covers Judith Basin, Petroleum and Fergus counties.
The culmination of a dream to provide forever access to national forest lands in the West Fork of the Bitterroot will officially become a reality at Sunday's dedication ceremony of the C. Ben White Trail.
Yan “Bo” Fong of Idaho was sentenced to 100 days in the Beaverhead County jail and ordered to pay $25,000 in fines.
A project to remove rainbow trout from the Buffalo Creek drainage in the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness, just north of Yellowstone National Park, is set to begin this summer.
The program’s goal is to produce up to 50,000 birds annually for release onto state wildlife management areas.