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Montana General Hunting Season Starts Saturday, October 25 [YouTube]

The general hunting season in Montana starts this Saturday. Regional Wildlife Manager for Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks, Mike Thompson, says the season runs for five weeks through the Sunday after Thanksgiving.

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Bull Trout
Photo courtesy of USFWS Mountain Prairie/Flickr
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Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks Asks For Public Comment on Wildlife Expansion Proposal

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is seeking public review and comment on its proposal to acquire 158 acres adjacent to the Fish Creek Wildlife Management Area west of Alberton in Mineral County.

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Wolf
Photo courtesy of Facebook/LOBO Watch
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Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks Ends Investigation into Wolf Death

Earlier this week, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks began investigating the death of a wolf near the Montana-Idaho border. As of Friday afternoon, the investigation ended with no charges filed.

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Wolf Hit
Photo courtesy of Facebook/Lobo Watch
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Missoula Man Brags on Facebook About Killing Wolves – Story Grabs Nationwide Attention

Wildlife officials are investigating after a Missoula man's Facebook claims he ran over a pair of wolf pups along the Montana-Idaho border.

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Wolf
Photo courtesy of Dennis from Atlanta/Flickr
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Montana, Fish, Wildlife and Parks to Hold Public Comment Period on New Wolf Management Stamp Rules

 

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks will hold public hearings across the state on Thursday to discuss proposed new rules to establish a voluntary wolf management stamp for anyone to make a donation to Montana's wolf management program.

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Blackfoot Tubes
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How to Stay Safe on the Rivers This Holiday Weekend [AUDIO]

The Independence Day weekend will  be hot and dry, sending hundreds of people to Western Montana rivers to cool off by boating, swimming or floating.

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Wolf
Photo courtesy of Matt Cardy / Stringer / Getty Images
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Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks to Hold Open House, Open to the Public Meeting July 9-10

Montana Fish and Wildlife Commissioners are holding an open house in Missoula on Wednesday, July 9 beginning at 6:30 p.m. at the Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks office, followed by the commission's regular monthly meeting on July 10.

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Bitterroot River
Photo courtesy of Montana FWP
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Montana FWP Lawsuit Questions Procedures to Close Bitterroot River Diversion Dam

A lawsuit has been filed in Ravalli County against Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks for using an emergency process to close down a section of the Bitteroot River and not giving the public time to weigh in on the decision.

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wolf
photo courtesy of Liz Bradley
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Lone Wolf Sighted Near Blue Mountain Recreation Area [AUDIO]

Residents near the Blue Mountain Recreation Area spotted a lone white wolf early this week and contacted Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks.  

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photo courtesy of Liz Bradley
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Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Expert Offers Tips on Wolf Encounters [AUDIO]

On Thursday, January 30, a Missoula man had an encounter with a wolf pack on Marshall Mountain, and successfully walked away.

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