Reconstruction of the Sperry Chalet in Glacier National Park will enter its second summer with a completion date set for Oct. 1.
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"We are now several hundred miles within the bosom of this wild and mountanous country, where game may rationally be expected shortly to become scarce and subsistence precarious without any information with rispect to the country not knowing how far these mountains continue, or wher to direct our course to pass them to advantage or intersept a navigable branch of the Columbia, or even were we on such an one the probability is that we should not find any timber within these mountains large enough for canoes if we judge from the portion of them through which we have passed."
Thomas Elpel’s dugout canoe needed a name.
Bugle, which also is called bugleweed.
State biologists are asking the public for help finding nesting great gray owls.
Longer wildfire seasons in Montana are challenging agency models of employing firefighters seasonally, officials said Friday.
ON THE NORTH SHORE, Minn. - Because fishing can provide lifelong learning opportunities - and challenges - it can change lives, as was evident the other day here on Split Rock Creek. Toby Halley, 28, of Northfield, Minn., was wader-clad and knee deep in water not far from where the Split Rock enters Lake Superior, while nearby and also in the river was Megan Johnson, 30, of Elk River. The two ...
Portrait of family of travelers in tent looking at camera in the forest
When game wardens shot a mountain lion near downtown Helena last Wednesday, it struck a nerve with many who questioned why the animal was not tranquilized or trapped and relocated.
A Montana man who worked as a hunting guide received a lifetime suspension of his hunting, fishing and trapping rights Friday after poaching multiple trophy big game animals in 2017.