Tag Archives: FWP

Golf course hazard released in North Fork

By | June 10, 2018

The North Fork Preservation Association has a post that begins… Tim Manley posted the following note to Facebook yesterday letting us know that Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks had “translocated” a couple of grizzlies to the North Fork. Read the full post here.

Forever Free to Flow

By | June 7, 2018

FWP’s Montana Outdoors magazine has an article that begins… In three turbulent drops, whitewater slices through Spruce Park Canyon in the Great Bear Wilderness. At high water in late June, the upper Middle Fork of the Flathead River roars with savage hydraulics through lurking boulders burly enough to upend a rubber raft and send its paddlers… Read More »

An Upstream Struggle

By | June 3, 2018

FWP’s Montana Outdoors magazine has an article that begins… Two decades after the bull trout was listed as federally threatened, FWP and others continue working to conserve this sensitive salmonid in the face of warmer water, competing fish species, and degraded habitat. Read the full article here.

Searching for Snipe

By | June 1, 2018

FWP’s Outdoors Magazine has an article by Ellen Horowitz that begins… Thought by many to be a fictional creature, Wilson’s snipe is actually a common — though extraordinary — shorebird found across the state. Read the full article here.

Please leave baby animals alone

By | June 1, 2018

Fish & Wildlife Wed May 30 14:34:45 MDT 2018 Each spring, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks receives several calls from people who have picked up deer fawns or other wildlife. FWP no longer accepts, holds or rehabilitates ungulates like deer, moose and elk because the animals often die from the stress of captivity, and because of… Read More »