The FWP Montana Outdoors magazine has an article by Director Martha Williams that begins… This past summer I met with area ranchers and others in Augusta, a town of 315 people between the Rocky Mountain Front and Great Falls, to discuss grizzly bears expanding their range beyond the Northern Continental Divide Ecosystem (NCDE). Read the full… Read More »
The Hungry Horse News has a good yesterdays column this week that includes… Nov. 10, 1967 Robert Gilmore, 46, of Torrance, California was mauled by a grizzly bear while hunting elk up the North Fork at Home Ranch Bottoms. Hunting companion Charlie Ritter shot the bear twice while it was still on top of Gilmore… Read More »
KPAX.com says that after a dry Sunday and first half on Monday, rain and snow will start to make it’s way through the area Monday night and into Tuesday. Another round of winter weather will arrive Wednesday night and into Thursday. For those of you with the megabytes to handle it, here’s the video.
FPW’s Montana Outdoor’s Magazine has a story that begins… Brian Martin drives to the top of a rise on the Matador Ranch overlooking a prairie stretching for miles in all directions. The landscape appears uniform to a first-time visitor until Martin, conservation director for The Nature Conservancy (TNC) Montana, points out the diversity in this vast… Read More »
Winter in the North Fork started on November 1 with the first big winter storm. After a week and a half of below-freezing temperatures and about a foot of snow, North Forkers were celebrating the coming of winter and having visions of cross country skiing. The road was plowed and driving was not too treacherous… Read More »
In his Hungry Horse News column this week, Larry talks about the history of the Inside Road and gives some arguments for why it should be reopened by the Park. Read his full column here.
The NFPA website says that Diane Boyd gave a well-received presentation last Wednesday during a seminar hosted at the University of Montana W.A. Franke College of Forestry and Conservation. Read the full story here.
The Flathead Beacon reports that Montana wildlife officials say they suspect a deer killed by a hunter in southeast Montana was infected with a potentially fatal disease. Further testing is pending on the deer killed about 10 miles southeast of Bridger near the Wyoming border. Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks said Wednesday that if confirmed,… Read More »