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Photo courtesy of Jon King
Photo courtesy of Jon King
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Montana FWP Is Seeking Early Input On Hunting Regulations

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks are looking for early public input and ideas for the 2018-2019 Montana hunting regulations.

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Montana FWP Warns Folks About Biking In Bear Country

Last June, Forest Service law enforcement officer Brad Treat was killed by a grizzly bear while mountain biking outside of Glacier National Park.

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Glacier Park Inspection Station
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Fish Wildlife And Parks Policy On Boat Inspections Clarified

The Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks has established dozens of watercraft inspection stations around the state to protect waterways from the spread of invasive mussels.

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Photo Courtesy of Bob Wiesner
Photo Courtesy of Bob Wiesner
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FWP Investigates Several Reports Of A Potential Mountain Lion Sighting in Missoula

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks received several reports Thursday, April 27, about a potential mountain lion crossing Miller Creek.

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Bill Schaefer / Getty Images
Bill Schaefer / Getty Images
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Montana FWP Says Wildlife Fared Well Following The Long Winter

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks are currently conducting their spring surveys using airplanes to look for elk in the morning and deer in the evening.

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Wild Place Project Welcomes A Pack Of Wolves
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Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Hosting Fourth Wolf Trapping Certification Class in Missoula

Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks is hosting their fourth wolf trapping certification coming up at the end of the summer.

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Mule deer up the Skalkaho of the Sapphire Mountains. (KLYQ Photo)
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Deer and Elk Numbers Down in Final Montana General Hunting Week

The more restrictive hunting regulations and mild weather caused the harvest in the general hunting season in Montana to be lower than average...

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Tracy Brooks photo USFWS
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Who’s afraid of the big, bad….

A huge drop in elk population in the Bitterroot Valley's West Fork has caused concern from wolf managers. The 2010 survey showed 764 elk there...

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