Birds. Those bits of feather, flesh and bones that sing and call forth are among our first signs of spring, even in March’s moodiness

Report swift fox sightings to FWP

Hunters and others visiting Montana’s prairies are encouraged to report sightings of swift foxes to Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks so that biologists can better understand populations and distribution of…

Warm weather care of big game

   Early-season hunts are often accompanied by warmer temperatures, which makes caring for the meat in the field that much more critical. Following are some hints from Montana Fish, Wildlife…

Plevna Elementary explore Conservation Day

   April 5, representatives from the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) and Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks visited the elementary classrooms. By Nicole Allerdings Michelle Gorder, Sara Claeys, Kalyn Bohle…

   Hunters interested in participating in “game-damage” hunts on private land or possible management seasons this year can register online beginning June 15 with Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks.    Hunters…

FWP lifts fish consumption advisory

   Billings - Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks has lifted its consumption advisory for fish caught on the Yellowstone River near where an oil pipeline broke west of Glendive.    Jan.…