Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is seeking information on the poaching of two elk shot and left in the Larb Hills area south of Malta in Hunting District 622.
This cow elk was one of two elk poached in November in the Larb Hills.
I was glassing a mule deer buck when a pair of wolves loped across an open hillside and disappeared over a rise.
JACKSON, Wyo. — Sportsmen advocates and others are challenging Grand Teton National Park to change its regulations after a coordinated elk drive last week led to a roadside firing line in plain sight.
JACKSON, Wyo. — As many as 4,000 elk, 10 times higher than the average, are estimated to have roamed the National Elk Refuge at times last week.
This shot stitches together four photographs to give a panorama of the Judith Mountains as seen from the southeast.
I had just spooked a group of whitetail does when I heard the clacking sound from atop the ridge. My first thought was that two buck deer were sparring, their antlers clattering together.
The sun shines onto the golden foothills of the Absaroka Mountains on a stormy fall day.
Two bull elk rub their antlers in an aspen thicket.
JACKSON, Wyo. — Several people say they saw hunters use questionable and illegal tactics during an elk hunt in Grand Teton National Park this week.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is reporting new discoveries of chronic wasting disease in two hunt areas.
From almost four miles away, the grizzly bear appeared to have picked up the elk carcass’ stench.
Elk can be hunted in Grand Teton National Park as a way to control unnaturally sustained elk populations. Wyoming uses winter feedgrounds to maintain high elk survival.
Eight grizzly bears were captured this summer to be fitted with GPS collars for a study on elk hunter-grizzly bear interactions. The two-year study is being conducted by the Interagency Grizzly Bear Study Team’s staff.
A grizzly bear’s nasal passages and the billions of receptors they contain are 100 times larger than a human’s.
A grizzly bear.
Lexi Bennett of Lewiston, Idaho, shows the seven-point bull she harvested this fall.
LEWISTON, Idaho — Lexi Bennett accomplished something on her first elk hunt that some people spend a lifetime trying to achieve.
The Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission approved a plan that will allow hazing, fencing and kill permits to keep elk in the Paradise Valley separated from cattle.
The saying “safety in numbers” is typically a phrase associated with animals considered prey.