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Safety – Courtesy Are Keys to Success for Hunters [AUDIO]

As hunters head into the hills on the first weekend of the general hunting season, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks officials are reminding them that safety and courtesy are the keys to any successful hunt.

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Montana Hunter Blocked by Federal Shutdown, Wildlife Manager Responds to Complaints

The federal shutdown hasn't effected most Montana hunters, but that was not the case for Dillon resident Don Copple, who says he was prevented from passing through some federal property to get to state land in Beaverhead County.

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Feds to Reopen Refuge Areas Used to Hunt Waterfowl

The Fish and Wildlife Service says it is reopening 3 million acres in wildlife refuges to allow hunting of pheasants and waterfowl.

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Elk Hunting
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Montana Wildlife Agency Unable to Get Information About Federal Lands Due to Government Shutdown [AUDIO]

With general rifle hunting season due to start on October 26, even officials at Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks are having problems getting information about federal public lands, due to the partial government shutdown.

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Elk Hunting
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Montana Hunting Seasons Already Underway [AUDIO]

September marks the beginning of the long-awaited hunting seasons in Montana. In fact, several seasons are already underway.

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Legislature Affirms Bill to Allow Hunting Bison, Limit Bison Relocation

The Montana Legislature is moving ahead with plans to restrict where wild bison can be moved within the state and to decrease the size of herds.

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Hunter’s Safety – A Rite of Passage

If you have a child that is 11 years of age or older, they are eligible to take the hunter education course that is required by the state in order to purchase a hunting license. Due to a law passed in 2003, all people born after the January 1, 1985 must show a certificate of completion for this course in order to get their license.

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Are Cats Serial Killers?

The long and short of it is yes. Cats are the worst kind of killers – serial killers. They kill over and over and usually with the same M.O. According to a report put together by scientists from the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute and the Fish and Wildlife Service, it was estimated that cats in the United States (both domestic and feral) kill 2.4 billion birds and 12.3 billion mammals a year.

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Montana FWP Decides Not to Push for Wolf Hunting Buffer Zones Around Yellowstone Park

Wolf hunting buffer zones around Yellowstone National Park will not be put in place during this hunting season.

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Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Creates Elk Hunting App

 

The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation recently released an application for certain cellphones and tablets that will allow users to see an Elk's internal organ structure and to judge at which angles a bullet traveling through an elk will result in a kill.

"It's kind of sleek looking," says Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Public Relations Direct

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