Montana Hunting News

Half of Bighorn Sheep Moved to Kootenai Survived Winter
Based on spring flights and surveys, Montana FWP Wildlife Biologist Jerry Brown estimates that about half of the 38 bighorn sheep moved to the Kootenai Falls sheep range have survived the winter.
Montana FWP Seeks Input on Mtn. Lion Quotas
The Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Commission is seeking comment on tentative mountain lion hunting quotas for the 2008 season.
Changes for Montana Archery Hunters
Montana archery hunters need to keep a sharp eye out for several recently adopted regulation changes for the 2008 hunting seasons.
Wolverines in Tahoe National Forest?
During ongoing investigations by an Oregon State University graduate student, the Forest Service, and California Department of Fish and Game (DFG), two additional wolverine photographs were captured.
Wolf Delisting by End of Week?
Barring legal challenges, the federal rule removing wolves in Idaho and the rest of the Northern Rocky Mountains from the endangered species becomes final Friday, March 28.
Montana Spring Black Bear Season Begins April 15th
Montana's spring black bear hunting season begins April 15. Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks officials said all spring black bear hunters must purchase their licenses on or before April 14.
Montana Sets Possible Wolf Hunting Season
Montana's Fish, Wildlife & Parks Commission set most of the 2008 and 2009 hunting seasons and regulations in Helena this week.
Montana Hunter Harvest Survey Going High-Tech
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks' annual hunter harvest survey, underway now, is going high-tech and that is a good thing for hunters, the survey interviewers, and the wildlife managers who need this data to track trends and propose future hunting season quotas.
Montana Grizzly Bear Status Review
The Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Commission is seeking public comment on a resolution that urges federal wildlife authorities to complete a status review of grizzly bear populations in the northwestern U.S.
Montana BOW Events for Winter
A series of "Becoming an Outdoors-Woman" workshops, sponsored by Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks, is scheduled this winter.