HELENA — Game wardens shot and killed a mountain lion that had taken up residence in the yard of a North Montana Avenue home Friday morning.
JACKSON — The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has named Kyle Lash as the new south Jackson game warden.
A local game warden captured a 35-pound black bear cub in a garage in the Terra Verde Heights area south of Butte on Friday.
Three undercover game wardens are suing Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks, saying they should be paid for the entire time they’re on a tour of duty, including when they sleep.
A game warden shot and killed a mountain lion Tuesday afternoon after it was found under a truck in an Anaconda subdivision.
JACKSON, Wyo. — North Jackson Game Warden Bill Long is retiring after a wildlife management career spanning 37 years.
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is reminding people who find young animals this spring to leave newborn wildlife alone even if they appear to be abandoned.
HELENA — Fish, Wildlife and Parks game wardens could be getting a pay raise regardless of what happens to other state employees.
HAMILTON — Montana’s game wardens do not lead boring lives.
Game wardens are looking for those responsible for the “slaughter” of three elk north of Whitehall.
A mountain lion that crashed through the glass door of a Baker home was killed Sunday after a chase and standoff.
GREEN RIVER — Wyoming Game and Fish Department game wardens caught several people illegally collecting shed antlers in southwest Wyoming last month.
KALISPELL -- A man who accidentally shot and killed a grizzly bear while hunting black bear south of Libby reported the shooting to state wildlife officials and paid a $735 fine.
People in Cody and environs, you have good news: Alan Osterland has been appointed regional wildlife supervisor for the Big Horn Basin. Conversely, it is bad news for Sheridan County folks, for we are losing a top-notch game warden and biologist.
Eighteen-year-old Colton Lapp of Worland, Wyo., was convicted of illegally killing a trophy mule deer buck south of Worland and has been fined more than $9,000.
HELENA — The owner of a production company that filmed a reality TV show about Montana's game wardens, but didn't have the proper permit to do so on federal land, has been fined $1,050.
Steve Puppe doesn't want to think about how many hours he has worked on his new television series “Wardens,” which follows Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks officers.
A state game warden killed a bighorn ram northwest of Laurel on Tuesday to avoid the possibility that it might infect other bighorns with pneumonia.
A beanbag round fired by a Stillwater County Sheriff’s deputy killed a 60-pound black bear when the projectile struck the bear in the head.
A state game warden went to the hospital Monday night with minor injuries after he was cut while freeing an antelope from some baling twine.