Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks will be holding a public meeting to address the restoration of wild buffalo in Lewistown on Tuesday and Wednesday. Lewistown, the geographic center of Montana and the hub of the Judith Basin, is the perfect site for wild buffalo restoration conversation.
A disease-free herd of Yellowstone National Park bison that was originally envisioned to populate state or tribal lands to return the animals to the Great Plains will soon find a new home.
With the 2013 session of the Montana Legislature about to convene, hunters, anglers and those who value Montana’s outdoor amenities had better prepare to become involved. The 2011 Legislature gave us fair warning that things like privatizing stream access (HB309), blocking acquisition of wil…
When Lewis and Clark found the part of Montana now known as the Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge, they were overwhelmed by the abundance of wildlife, especially bison. Capt. Lewis vowed in his journal to speak no more of the incredible numbers for fear no one would believe him. Se…
SOUTH OF MALTA — Jim Posewitz is confident he will see a huntable herd of free-roaming, wild bison somewhere in Montana in his lifetime.
Author and conservationist Jim Posewitz of Helena advocates returning a free-roaming herd of huntable bison to the Montana prairie landscape.
This is Montana and rivers run through it. The Legislature is considering HB 309, a blatant attempt to "define" hundreds of miles of stream channels as irrigation ditches and thus deny public access to a resource Montanans nurtured with exceptional skill for a half century.
The idea of killing is not a thrill to hunter Greg Stube.
It was once said that bad ideas die with the people who hold them. If only that were true. In viewing the opening of the Montana Legislature, it is apparent that the anti-conservation, anti-environment, anti-public land and anti-wildlife philosophy of Montana's most notorious politician is v…