Wildlife And Parks Commission
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Director Jeff Hagener and members of the FWP Commission will be in Havre on June 4-5 to host a public open house and conduct the commission’s regular monthly meeting.
Montana’s Fish, Wildlife & Parks Commission will meet via audio/video conference call on Thursday to consider final action on two fishery related items.
Three rivers in Montana are expected to have temporary closures this summer.
Montana’s Fish, Wildlife and Parks Commission will meet in Helena Feb. 14 to consider final approval of black bear and spring turkey hunting quotas and two bighorn sheep hunting district closures aimed at protecting declining populations.
HELENA — State lawmakers should reject a bill allowing bowhunters to use lighted nocks on their arrows because it violates the “primitive nature” of the sport, spokesmen for bowhunting and other hunting groups said Tuesday.
State wildlife officials are seeking additional comment on a recent court-challenged decision to close the wolf hunting and trapping seasons in two areas north of Yellowstone National Park.
Montana State Parks will take more time to gather information and seek public comment on its proposal to give up management of Madison Buffalo Jump State Park near Three Forks.
Montana’s Fish, Wildlife & Parks Commission will meet in Helena on Thursday to consider final approval of a statewide fisheries management plan and the city of Helena's plan to manage deer within the city limits.
Although the Milk River Ranch acquisition garnered the most attention at the Fish, Wildlife and Parks Commission meeting on Monday, the group also approved the purchase of a 981-acre addition to the Seven Sisters Wildlife Management Area near Sidney and accepted the donation of what will bec…
After a lengthy debate that included about 35 north-central Montana landowners stating their opposition to the proposal, the Fish, Wildlife and Parks Commission approved the purchase of the 4,500-acre Milk River Ranch property during a telephone conference call meeting on Monday.
Montana’s Fish, Wildlife & Parks Commission will meet via conference call on Monday to take final action on three land matters and to hear an update on the state’s wolf hunting season.
The Montana Board of Regents has agreed to pay $2 million for the rights to archaeological and paleontological artifacts on the Milk River Ranch, bringing the total to $7.7 million in public funding being paid to brothers David and Verges Aageson for their 4,505-acre parcel about 45 miles no…
The possible donation to Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks of property for use as a fishing access site on the west side of the Bighorn River is one of several items on the FWP Commission's agenda Thursday.
The Fish, Wildlife and Parks Commission gave final approval on Thursday to the purchase of mineral rights on 14,149 acres under the newly purchased Spotted Dog Wildlife Management Area northeast of Deer Lodge for $70,745. Ken McDonald, wildlife bureau chief, said that comes to about $5 an acre.
Approval to purchase 1,110 acres next to the Big Lake Wildlife Management Area in Stillwater County for $277,612 is one of the items on the Fish, Wildlife and Parks Commission's agenda at its next meeting Oct. 11 in Helena.
Montana’s Fish, Wildlife & Parks Commission will meet Thursday in Helena to adopt the upcoming season's waterfowl hunting regulations and to consider proceeding with a process to develop a draft statewide fisheries management plan.
Montana’s Fish, Wildlife & Parks Commission will meet Thursday in Helena to adopt early-season migratory bird hunting regulations, bison hunting quotas and furbearer trapping seasons and quotas for 2012.
Mountain lion quotas are one of the items on the Fish, Wildlife & Parks Commission's agenda when it meets Thursday in Helena at the Montana Wild Education Center beginning at 8:30 a.m.
The 2012-2013 wolf hunting season dates, quotas and hunting district boundaries will be on the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Commission agenda when it meets Thursday in Helena at the Montana Wild Education Center beginning at 8:30 a.m.
HELENA -- Montana is going to be much more aggressive in hunting wolves in upcoming seasons, according to Fish, Wildlife and Parks Director Joe Maurier, while also looking at different ways to manage other large carnivores.