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Articles with the Tag: Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks

Hunting permit drawing results available

News from Montana FWP The wait is over. Hunters can now check the results of the 2019 combination elk and deer permit drawing to see if they were successful. To view drawing results go to https://myfwp.mt.gov and click on "look up draw results."  Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks' deadlines to ap...

Invasive mussels called the real Flathead Lake Monster Invasive mussels called the real Flathead Lake Monster

POLSON – Clean, drain and dry are the measures citizens can take to ensure that zebra and quagga mussels and other aquatic invasive species never enter Flathead Lake. Tom Bansak, an aquatic ecologist who serves as assistant director of the Flathead Lake Biological Station, shared his prevention message...

Biologists plan collaboration to conserve westslope cutthroat

News from Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks  MONTANA - Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks region one fisheries staff plan further collaboration with Glacier National Park to conserve native westslope cutthroat trout in the Flathead subbasin.   In late March, the National Park Service relea...

Briefs for March 27, 2019

Funding application deadline for easement program approaches BOZEMAN — The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service in Montana is accepting applications for the Agricultural Conservation Easement Program Wetlands Reserve Easements. While NRCS accepts easement applications on a continuous bas...

Watercraft inspection stations to open in Montana

News from FWP The first watercraft inspection stations of 2019 will open this month in Kalispell, Ravalli and Browning. Watercraft inspection stations are Montana’s first line of defense to prevent the movement of aquatic invasive species.   The Fish, Wildlife & Parks Region 1 office i...

Deer, elk develop survival skills for harsh winter Deer, elk develop survival skills for harsh winter

Winter will end. Trust me. But what will we see when all that white stuff disappears? A landscape green from melting snow littered with dead deer? Probably not. Yes, February was brutal for much of the state, but let’s not lose our perspective. This is winter. This is Montana – a norther...

Conservation Commission co-hosts AIS monitoring workshop

News from the Upper Columbia Conservation Commission  KALISPELL — The Upper Columbia Conservation Commission will co-host an aquatic invasive species monitoring workshop with Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks on Feb. 19 in Kalispell. The UC3 will hold its winter meeting the following day, Feb....

Changes proposed to deer hunting regulations in local districts

KALISPELL — Wildlife managers are requesting to change white-tailed deer regulations in two hunting districts in northwest Montana. Fish, Wildlife and Parks Region 1 biologists have submitted a request to the Fish and Wildlife Commission to limit hunting opportunity to antlered bucks only in hunting...

Ninepipe highway construction project could begin in 2022

News from the Federal Highways Administration RONAN – The Federal Highways Administration (FHWA) and Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) are proposing the reconstruction of U.S. Highway 93 (US-93) between Redhorn Road and Brooke Lane located south of Ronan in Lake County.  Currently...

Road fine bill would improve public access Road fine bill would improve public access

Last fall during the political season, everyone running for the Montana Legislature touted their credentials as being for public access.  But what does that really mean? For Montana’s hunters, anglers, hikers and other outdoors enthusiasts, it means the ability to get to our public lands to enj...


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