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Virtual Open Houses Scheduled To Discuss Potential Changes To Hunting Regulations

Courtesy MT FWP Region 7 Virtual Meeting: Oct. 12 (7:30 to 9 p.m.) FWP regional staff will hold virtual meetings across the state to discuss potential hunting regulation changes for 2022 and 2023. These meetings will be held via Zoom and allow the...

 

Lawn Survival During The Drought

Courtesy PR Extension Office “MSU Extension Custer County Tara Andrews shared the following information recently and I thought it was relevant for our area,” said Powder River Extension Agent Mary Rumph. “My lawn is certainly suffering from...

 

2021 Big Game Hunting Forecast

Courtesy MT FWP • Destination: SOUTHEAST MONTANA • Southeast Montana is typically dry and hot heading into fall, but this year conditions are especially dire. All of Montana is experiencing extreme drought, and fire danger is incredibly high. ...

 

Fish And Wildlife Commission Adopts 2021/2022 Wolf Hunting And Trapping Regulations

HELENA – After a public comment period that drew more than 26,000 comments, the Fish and Wildlife Commission adopted several changes to the 2021/2022 wolf hunting and trapping regulations at its meeting on Aug. 20. Changes include eliminating...

 

2021 Upland Game Bird Forecast

Courtesy MT FWP Destination: SOUTHEAST MONTANA Extreme drought, grasshoppers and hot conditions have taken their toll on habitat conditions and upland birds across southeast Montana. It has been a long, dry spring and summer for agricultural...

 

Dry, Hot Conditions Call For Special Consideration When Living With Wildlife

Courtesy MT FWP HELENA – Hot, dry conditions put stress on many of our wildlife species. More than 70 percent of Montana is experiencing severe drought conditions. You can help avoid conflicts with wildlife by following these suggestions: Keep...

 

Miller Moth Infestation

By PR Extension Office Montana and the surrounding region are currently observing large numbers of “miller” moths congregating near buildings at night where they are attracted to sources of light according to Powder River Extension Agent Mary...

 

Broadus Bowhunter Ed Class Will be Held in July

By Jeff Noble The 2021 Bowhunter Education Class for first-time Montana youth and adult bowhunters will be offered in Broadus on the following dates: SATURDAY, July 24, 2021: from 12:00 to 7:00 pm; and SUNDAY, July 25, 2021: from 12:00 to 7:00 pm. At...

 

Grasshoppers in the Yard and Garden

By PR Extension Office “Not surprisingly, grasshopper populations are increasing in our area,” according to MSU Powder River Extension Agent Mary Rumph. “Once grasshoppers are adults and have entered the yard and garden, management is...

 

Hunters may now register online for Game Damage Hunt Roster

HELENA – Hunters interested in participating in game damage hunt opportunities need to register online for the Hunt Roster beginning Tuesday, June 15, through MyFWP. The roster is used by Fish, Wildlife & Parks to quickly respond to landowners who...

 

Third Graders Learn About Their Environment at 28th Annual Kid's Conservation Field Day

By Liz Riter The 28th Annual Kid's Conservation Field Day was held on May 20 at the Little Powder Bridge. A field day was not able to be held last year, so 3rd and 4th Graders were invited to this...

 

Resource Advisory Committee searching for members

Bozeman, MT, May 27, 2021— The Custer Gallatin National Forest is recruiting volunteers to fill two vacancies on the 15-member Southern Montana Resource Advisory Committee (RAC), with a deadline of July 1, 2021. The Southern Montana RAC covers...

 

Watercraft inspection station now open in Broadus

Attention All Watercraft Owners! Clean, Drain, Dry! Courtesy Liz Riter The Watercraft Inspection Station opened last Wednesday, May 12, 2021, at the Powder River Taxidermy. If you are launching a...

 

FWP to continue offering online hunter, bowhunter education classes

In-person classes with field day still an option Courtesy MT FWP During the last year, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks offered hunter and bowhunter education classes online due to COVID concerns. Since last spring, more than 17,000 Montanans...

 

Tick Alert

By Mary Rumph, Powder River Extension Agent Ticks are out and about and ready to attach onto warm blooded species, so take precautions to protect yourself from this crawling insect that can be a disease vector. The most common ticks we have in Montan...

 

Spring Black Bear Hunting Season Opens April 15

Courtesy MT FWP The spring black bear hunting season starts April 15. Hunters need to be aware that black bears must be presented for in-person inspection and tagging within 10 days of harvest. The hide and skull must be presented in a condition...

 

Elk brucellosis surveillance operations completed for Ashland area elk herd

Courtesy MT FWP As part of the multi-year Targeted Elk Brucellosis Surveillance Project, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks staff conducted elk capture operations in the Ashland area southwest of Broadus. All elk tested negative for brucellosis. In the...

 

Fall black bear quota in FWP Region 7 increased to 12

Courtesy MT FWP The Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission in its February meeting approved increasing the fall black bear quota in Fish, Wildlife & Parks’ Bear Management Unit 700 from eight to 12 bears. Indicators used by FWP biologists to...

 

Hunting and fishing license year begins March 1

Courtesy MT FWP The new license year opens March 1, which means that is the day you can buy your 2021 hunting and fishing licenses and begin applying for permits and special licenses. The deadline to apply for deer and elk permits is April 1....

 

Spring wolf trapping class will be offered online

Courtesy MT FWP Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks will offer an online wolf trapping certification class on March 24, from 6 to 9 p.m. The class is required for trappers. To register for the class, please visit the FWP website follow the link “Wolf...

 

Fungus That Causes White-Nose Syndrome Found In Eastern Montana

Public asked to keep a look-out for dead/dying bats this winter HELENA – Samples taken in six eastern Montana counties this past summer have tested positive for the fungus that causes white-nose syndrome (WNS) disease in bats. The presence of the...

 

FWP to launch new website

Courtesy MT FWP Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is launching a new website that will improve customer service, make it easier to use, and to provide a more mobile-friendly experience. The completely re-designed website will have more intuitive...

 

Survey Results: Montanans' views on grizzly bears

Support for grizzly bears’ presence in Montana strong amidst expanding population Courtesy MT FWP HELENA — A new survey of Montanans shows positive attitudes toward grizzly bears and support for the presence of grizzly bears within the state,...

 

Forest Service Christmas Tree Permits Available Online

Bozeman, MT – It’s that time of year when thousands of families make the annual trek into the woods to cut their own Christmas tree. The Forest Service is helping to carry on this tradition and make it even easier by offering a new online option...

 

Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving! - A flock of wild local turkeys pose for a photo atop a dead cottonwood tree. (Turkey photo courtesy Ashley Emmons) . . . . . . . . . Meanwhile, in the photo below a mule deer...

 

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