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Articles with the Tag: Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks

Tribal reps withdraw from task force over attorney general's support for Keystone pipeline

MISSOULA  — Two representatives from the Fort Peck and Fort Belknap Indian reservations pulled out of Attorney General Tim Fox’s new Missing Indigenous Persons Task Force on Monday after Fox filed to intervene in a lawsuit against the proposed Keystone XL pipeline in support of the Trump adm...

White-tailed deer suspected positive of CWD in Libby

News from FWP MONTANA – An additional white-tailed deer in the Libby area is suspected to be positive for chronic wasting disease.   Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks collected a sample from the adult doe that appeared symptomatic and was euthanized in the center of town along 2nd Street....

Grizzly Bear euthanized in Seeley Swan

News from Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks KALISPELL  — An adult female grizzly bear was euthanized on Sept. 10 after the bear and three cubs became food conditioned and broke into structures to obtain grain. Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks captured the bears in the Seeley-Swan Valley...

Wasting disease meeting to be held in Polson

News from CSKT Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks will host a chronic wasting disease public information meeting in Polson on Wednesday, Aug. 21, at Kwataqnuk Resort beginning at 6 p.m.   This meeting is one of seven public meetings scheduled to take place in Northwest Montana (see fwp.mt.gov/ne...

Whether you fish or float, take care of Montana’s fishing access sites

News from Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks MONTANA – Montana’s fishing access sites accommodate roughly 3.9 million visits from people every year. These visits happen on about 330 fishing access sites across the state that vary in size from less than one acre to several hundred acres. The...

Final bowhunter education class prior to bow season scheduled

News from Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks LAKE COUNTY —The last bowhunter education class for Lake County, before the archery season opens, is scheduled for July 16, 18, and 20. Classes will be from 6-9 p.m. on the first two days and from 8 a.m.-noon on Saturday. Students must attend all sessions ...

Libby whitetail tests positive for Chronic Wasting Disease Libby whitetail tests positive for Chronic Wasting Disease

News from Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks MONTANA – Chronic Wasting Disease was recently found in a white-tailed doe that was killed within the city limits of Libby. Fish, Wildlife & Parks officials collected the doe after residents reported seeing a very emaciated and sick-looking deer. &n...

FWP seeks input on viewing area

News from FWP  MONTANA – Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is seeking input on a proposal to create a public wildlife viewing area overlooking the 427-acre North Shore Wildlife Management Area southeast of Kalispell.   FWP owns and manages the North Shore WMA located in Flathead Coun...

Public comment period for refuge management open

News from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service BISON RANGE – Since 1908, when the National Bison Range in western Montana was established by conservation visionary President Theodore Roosevelt, this cherished 18,800-acre national wildlife refuge has continued to play a vital role in the conservation...

St. Ignatius student among 1st-place artists in Duck Stamp contest

News from U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service  MONTANA – On Friday, April 19, the National Junior Duck Stamp contest was held at Patuxent National Wildlife Refuge in Patuxent, Maryland. Entered in this contest was Montana State Junior Duck Stamp Best of Show, “Splash Down,” a beautiful...


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