Jeff the Nature Guy shows off the area that is slated to become the Foster Waterfowl Refuge at ZooMontana.
For the second year in a row, the Lee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge has a brood of trumpeter swan cygnets.
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They said it couldn’t be done. A Liberian refugee who escaped a civil war could never be elected to office. And certainly couldn’t do it in Montana.
Geoff Popken, the seasonal biotech for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service at Red Rock Lakes National Wildlife Refuge, snapped these photographs of Arctic grayling spawning in Elk Springs Creek earlier this month.
Native Arctic grayling living in Upper Red Rock Lake in southwest Montana have seen their numbers nosedive over the past four years, despite an effort to remove what were thought to be competing cutthroat trout from the same waters.
The 2018 Welcome Back Waterfowl Day will be hosted by Bitterroot Audubon Society at the Lee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge on Saturday, April 7, from 10 a.m. to 1:30 pm. Audubon members with high quality optical equipment will be present on the dike along Wildfowl Lane on the county road between the ponds west of the Visitor Center to assist in identifying and observing the waterfowl and other birds and mammals that use the refuge wetlands. This event is open to the public and is designed to help interested people learn about birds, especially the waterfowl that use the refuge to eat and rest during migration or raise their new families. Treats will be available for anyone who likes to munch while bird watching. For more information or questions, call Judy Hoy at 777-2487 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fausto Puglisi took a nostalgic view of femininity for his latest collection, showing black and white lace and linen combinations that harkened back to another era.
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke confirmed his intention to keep the National Bison Range under U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service management instead of transferring control to the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes.
JACKSON, Wyo. — Weeks or even months after the death of the rotting calf elk he was about to peel off the pasture, Wyoming biologist Tim Pratt…
JACKSON, Wyo. — Biologists at the National Elk Refuge are worried about what the animals they feed are leaving behind.
JACKSON, Wyo. — Wildlife refuge officials say a man with a drone caused 1,500 elk to stampede half a mile.
MOIESE – If you’re looking for work, the National Bison Range has several jobs it needs done, but be advised: The pay is low.
JACKSON — Wildlife managers at the National Elk Refuge expect to start supplemental feeding of thousands of wintering elk as soon as this week…
JACKSON, Wyo. — Biologists say most pronghorn antelope appear to have successfully completed their annual migration from Jackson Hole to winte…
JACKSON — Hunters have been illegally killing bison bulls almost daily in the two weeks since part of a herd moved onto the National Elk Refuge.