Wolverines, also known as "mountain devils," were wiped out across most of the U.S. by the early 1900s following unregulated trapping and poisoning campaigns.
Visitors to many national parks in the United States notice and enjoy the iconic buildings made with local materials. These structures are so unique that the style of architecture has its own nickname — “parkitecture.” Where did this style come from, and how has it persevered over the last c…
May means the start of geological field work in Yellowstone National Park, find out what the Yellowstone Volcano Observatory has planned for 2022.
The Private Land/Public Wildlife Council has been wrestling with the details of a program that provides free elk tags to landowners in return for public access. The group's divisions are reflective of the state.
Spring is a great time to visit the Fort Benton area in north-central Montana as the grassy hills green up and the trees leaf out.
It always amazes me the photos that can be taken while in the water.
The Yellowstone Pointing Dog Club is holding a snake-breaking clinic at 9 a.m. on Saturday, June 11, at Thunder Ridge Kennels (east of Billings at 4210 Highway 312).
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks game wardens are looking for help to identify a man who is suspected of illegally killing a turkey just feet from a home south of Roundup.
Two leading geological scientists present “The Case for a Long-Lived and Robust Yellowstone Hotspot” in a free talk on June 2 at noon in the Buffalo Bill Center of the West’s Coe Auditorium.
The Bureau of Land Management has opened a new internet-based portal to allow the public to more easily and efficiently nominate public lands currently inaccessible that could provide valuable opportunities for hunting, fishing and other recreational activities.
Horseshoe Bend and Ok-A-Beh Marina will be open for the Memorial Day weekend as Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area prepares for summer.
The Lewistown Family Fishing Day is scheduled to take place on Saturday, June 11, from 9 a.m. to noon, at the Frog Ponds in Lewistown.
A water rights case in the Ruby Valley has raised questions about deed rights versus legislative intent, and could have statewide impact.
Roman history comes alive on a four-hour ebike tour through Italy.
The historic Jackson Lake Lodge, located in Grand Teton National Park, will undergo extensive renovations beginning this summer.
Big Sky Resort got off to an explosive start on May 18 when a cornice was blasted off the mountain to make way for the construction of the new tram.
Recent storms have improved the water conditions in Montana, but most of the state is still suffering a deficit and this summer is predicted to be another hot one.
A newly opened bypass channel around a dam on the lower Yellowstone River is attracting fish upstream. Especially important are pallid sturgeon, an endangered species. The access to more river is meant to increase the chances of reproduction in the wild.
The Wyoming Supreme Court has rejected a Thermopolis area rancher’s claim that the Wyoming Game and Fish Commission owes him $288,527 for calves killed by grizzly bears.
Though bison are associated with the Great Plains, a new study by a Montana State University student found they actually occupied much of North America over the last 20,000 years.
Over the last two years, dilapidated trailers throughout the park were replaced with 44 new modular homes, and employees are now moving in for the 2022 season.
Temperate weather with a few cold spells during the first quarter of 2022 contributed to a slight decrease in the number of visitors to state parks in Montana.
Wild Montana’s Wilderness Walks are back with 87 hikes this summer across the state's unique wildlands.
The Yellowstone Bowmen will hold its May shoot on Sunday, May 22, at its range west of Laurel.
The proposed purchase of a ranch in Golden Valley County for a new state wildlife management area was recently approved by Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks' regional office.