Category Archives: News

Three Grizzly Bears Hit By Trains East of Marias Pass

By | June 18, 2019

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks :: Three Grizzly Bears Hit By Trains East of Marias Pass Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks maintains a population monitoring program and follows protocols and management objectives designed to maintain a healthy grizzly bear population in the NCDE. This includes tracking known mortalities, whether bears are killed or removed from… Read More »

Bug Bytes: Insect Farts

By | June 17, 2019

Bug Bytes: Insect Farts We’ve all done it. Most of us have joked about it. Even animals do it. Pooting. Tooting. Who ever denied it, supplied it. We all pass gas. But did you know that insects fart too? And in the case of the beaded lacewing, they lend a whole new meaning to “silent,… Read More »

Glacier National Park Website Provides Real-Time Updates

By | June 17, 2019

Glacier National Park Website Provides Real-Time Updates – Glacier National Park (U.S. National Park Service) “This is a great complement to the park’s Visitors can access the RAD and additional trip planning information through the park’s West Glacier, MT – Visitors headed to Glacier National Park now can get immediate updates for parking and campground… Read More »

National Park Service Approves Project for Native Fish Preservation

By | June 17, 2019

National Park Service Approves Project for Native Fish Preservation – Glacier National Park (U.S. National Park Service) On June 10, 2019, the NPS Intermountain Regional Director signed a Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) for the park’s West Glacier, MT – The National Park Service (NPS) Intermountain Region has approved Glacier National Park’s proposal for… Read More »

Grasshopper sparrow

By | June 16, 2019

title This story is featured in Montana Outdoors May-June 2019 issue Montana’s many grassland passerine (songbird) species are beautiful to see, marvelous to watch, and wondrous to hear. Unfortunately, sometimes they are not considered worth a second glance and often get dismissed as “LBJs” (“little brown jobs”).