From Teddy to Trump, Presidents Have Been Visiting Montana for a Century

By | October 18, 2018

From Teddy to Trump, Presidents Have Been Visiting Montana for a Century – Flathead Beacon

When Air Force One touches down in Missoula on Thursday, it will mark President Donald Trump’s third visit to Montana in less than four months. The trip – a campaign stop to rally support for State Auditor Matt Rosendale’s run against U.S. Sen. Jon Tester – also means Trump will have tied Harry S.

General Big Game Season Opens Oct. 20, A Few Key Things to Remember

By | October 18, 2018

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks :: General Big Game Season Opens Oct. 20, A Few Key Things to Remember

Most grizzly bears will leave an area if they sense human presence. Hunters who observe a grizzly bear or suspect a bear is nearby should leave the area. If you do encounter a grizzly, stay calm, don’t run, and assess the situation by trying to determine if the bear is actually aware of you.

Harvest reporting tool available on MyFWP portal

By | October 18, 2018

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks :: Harvest reporting tool available on MyFWP portal

To report through the MyFWP portal, hunters and trappers must set up an account, if they do not already have one. A username, password, email, first/last name, and ALS# are required to register for your MyFWP account. Once a harvest has been submitted, an email confirmation will be sent.

46 Million-Year-Old Eocene World in a Forest

By | October 18, 2018

46 Million-Year-Old Eocene World in a Forest | US Forest Service

Oxygen is nearly absent in the offshore lake-bottom muds, and there is little to disturb the settled remains, which are soon enmeshed in sticky mats of algal filaments that bind insects and sediment grains alike. Clay and silt particles continue to settle out from the water above to blanket the lake bottom, forming a seasonal rhythm of alternating shale layers called varves.

Zell’s Cafe in SE Portland

By | October 16, 2018

Zell’s Cafe

Zell’s is a nice, old school corner cafe with red linoleum floors, pendant globe lighting, and a semi-finished ceiling with some ductage just to fit in. The cream colored walls are pleasant, but the main attraction is a huge wood-framed antique mirror behind the pretty tiled bar (no backs for the bar stools, but there is a thoughtful footrest built into the bar).

Final Wild and Scenic Rivers Plan Meeting is Wednesday

By | October 16, 2018

Final Wild and Scenic Rivers plan meeting is Wednesday

Among designated Wild and Scenic Rivers in the United States, the three forks of the Flathead River offer especially remarkable wildness, scenery and recreational opportunities, according to the federal agencies who are among its stewards. On Oct. 12, 1976, a total of 219 miles of the river’s three forks received Wild and Scenic Rivers designation.