Montana Department Of Fish
Bobcat fur farm looks to move from N.D.
MISSOULA — Crews on Saturday continued to clean up debris from a Montana Rail Link freight train that derailed near Fish Creek, sending three aircraft fuselages down an embankment and into the Clark Fork River.
HELENA — The state Fish and Wildlife Commission has adopted guidelines for the agency's response to illegal fish introductions into Montana waterways.
KALISPELL — The Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks is proposing a compromise over motorized access along a three-mile stretch of the Whitefish River.
BOZEMAN — Montana State University and the state Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks are beginning a six-year study to try to determine why the bighorn sheep population is so low in Montana.
BOZEMAN — Montana wildlife officials plan another attempt to reintroduce wild sheep to parts of the Madison Range and are considering a second reintroduction in the Paradise Valley.
HELENA — Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is looking for information about three antelope poached near Garrison last week.
Ten entities have offered to take a group of about 135 bison from Yellowstone National Park that went through an experimental program to establish new herds of the animals, Montana state officials said Monday.
GREAT FALLS — Grizzly bears are beginning to wake up in the northern Rocky Mountains.
GREAT FALLS — State officials are considering a plan aimed at stopping the illegal stocking of fish into public waters.
HELENA — Helena city attorneys submitted an agreement in late December that suspends the prosecution of Michael Volesky, deputy director of Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks.
BUTTE — A man and teenager attempting to canoe - with a poached deer on board - in the partially frozen waters of the Jefferson River got stuck in an ice jam Sunday afternoon.
MISSOULA — Missoula County sheriff's officers will lead the investigation into who shot and killed a Missoula man’s dog while he was cross-country skiing in the Lee Creek area on Sunday.
KALISPELL - Three grizzly bears have been captured and euthanized in northwestern Montana after causing property damage, and in one case, killing numerous chickens.
HELENA — Sunrise is 45 minutes away, but Sgt. Dave Loewen already is sitting in his truck in his favorite spot up White’s Gulch in the Big Belt Mountains. Even in the dark, he pulls binoculars to his eyes and scans the slopes in front of him, as headlights denote dozens of people heading out…
Wildlife management agencies, hunters and wildlife organizations have done a lot of research, habitat work and plain old head scratching in recent years over what is causing a decline in the number of mule deer across parts of the West.
At first it seemed friendly, or maybe just curious. Probably a little friendlier and nosier than a spike bull elk should be, there in the middle of Montana Highway 200 in the Ovando Valley.
HELENA — A statewide fishing organization plans to put up a $10,000 reward for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of so-called “bucket biologists” who illegally plant non-native species in important trout waters.
Epizootic hemorrhagic disease cases continue to pop up across Montana, and may trigger some changes to hunting regulations this fall.
Two special access agreements reached between private landowners and the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks will improve opportunities this fall for bighorn sheep hunters in the Missouri River Breaks south of Havre.