FWP recognizes Block Management cooperators at annual dinner

Despite chilly weather and icy conditions, more than 200 people attended the 2018 Block Management Cooperator Appreciation Dinner at the Town & Country Club in Miles City on Friday, February 2.

Despite chilly weather and icy conditions, more than 200 people attended the 2018 Block Management Cooperator Appreciation Dinner at the Town & Country Club in Miles City on Friday, February 2.

Department proposes not hunting Yellowstone grizzlies in 2018

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is proposing not to hunt grizzly bears in southwest Montana this year, but still retain its share of the discretionary mortality, per the agreement with the states of Wyoming and Idaho.

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is proposing not to hunt grizzly bears in southwest Montana this year, but still retain its share of the discretionary mortality, per the agreement with the states of Wyoming and Idaho.

Liberty County CWD Check Station Hours Change

Fish, Wildlife and Parks has set new operating hours for its chronic wasting disease check station at Chester, starting Feb. 5. The new hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. every day.

Fish, Wildlife and Parks has set new operating hours for its chronic wasting disease check station at Chester, starting Feb. 5. The new hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. every day.

Hunting regulations public meeting held in Miles City

Only three people attended a January 10 public hearing in Miles City on proposed hunting regulations for the next two years, and they were satisfied with existing and proposed policies.

Only three people attended a January 10 public hearing in Miles City on proposed hunting regulations for the next two years, and they were satisfied with existing and proposed policies.

CWD Deer Harvest Slows, Hunters Take Nine More Deer in Sage Creek Hunt

Hunters checked in nine more mule deer at the end of the third weekend of the Sage Creek Special Chronic Wasting Disease Hunt in northern Liberty County, bringing the total number of deer sampled to 94 since the hunt started Jan. 6

Hunters checked in nine more mule deer at the end of the third weekend of the Sage Creek Special Chronic Wasting Disease Hunt in northern Liberty County, bringing the total number of deer sampled to 94 since the hunt started Jan. 6