Fifty-degree weather in early December with little snow is unheard of along the Beartooth Front. It is typically cold weather country by that time of year.
The Bureau of Land Management is proposing to acquire more than 11,000 acres south and east of the Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge, a portion of which is along a five-mile stretch of the lower Musselshell River.
Crews work to plow feet of compacted snow to open the roads in Yellowstone National Park in this video from 2014.
The Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission should be expanded from five to seven members with four of the governor appointees required to be landowners working in agriculture, said Sen. Mike Lang, R-Malta, on Thursday.
As black bear populations in southeastern Montana have grown, the Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission approved increasing fall hunting permits in Bear Management Unit 700 from eight to 12.
The last Tendoy bighorn herd was introduced in the 1980s, and an outbreak of a pneumonia-causing pathogen caused a mass die-off in the 1990s from which the herd never recovered.
The latest fatality is pushing the nation toward an unsettling mark, the most dangerous winter in six years.
The nearly 44-inch lake trout was caught on the Wyoming side of Flaming Gorge.
In a proposal to increase angling opportunities at Martinsdale Reservoir, the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife & Parks is seeking comments on a proposal to stock burbot into the lake.
The International Fly Fishing Film Festival will be available online beginning Feb. 24, featuring 11 films, six- to 16-minutes in length, from all corners of the globe showcasing the passion, lifestyle and culture of fly fishing.
The latest victims of a deadly avalanche season in the Rocky Mountain region include a snowmobiler who was buried by a slide in northern Colorado and another snowmobiler who died in an avalanche in western Wyoming.
Wolves eat many different types of food. In northern Minnesota the Voyageurs Wolf Project used trail cameras to film wolves eating blueberries and even capturing trout in small streams.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is seeking comment on its proposal to help states along the upper Missouri River monitor for aquatic invasive species.
A divided Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission narrowly approved reopening the cow elk shoulder season hunt until Feb. 15 along the east side of the Crazy Mountains, three weeks after the season closed.
Eight to 12 inches of new snow in the Bridger Range has prompted the Gallatin National Forest Avalanche Center to issue a Backcountry Avalanche Warning for the mountains.
After 47 years as a ski area owner, George Willett sold Showdown Montana to his daughter, Katie Boedecker, in September.
Hunting outfitters turned out in force at the Capitol on Tuesday to support a bill that would guarantee them a percentage of nonresident deer and elk licenses for their clients.
From Maine to Montana, it's becoming difficult to find a new snowmobile for sale. And the rental fleets are booked up.
Ryegate-area horse trainer Brandon Carpenter has been using his computer during the COVID-19 pandemic to help a wrangler train a horse on the other side of the state.