Montana State Parks

HUNTERS BE CAREFUL!
HUNTERS BE CAREFUL!
People are asking about how the dry conditions and fire danger will affect hunting seasons.  FWP is not recommending that the Fish and Wildlife Commission close hunting seasons.  “Because of widely variable conditions and different types of hunting scenarios across the state, that is a decision rightly left to an individual landowner, a block management cooperator, or a land manager.  If a private
FWP Seeking Public Comment on 2016-17 Hunting Regs.
FWP Seeking Public Comment on 2016-17 Hunting Regs.
The following information is from Ryan Rauscher, Wildlife Biologist for the Montana FWP:      The department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks is taking public comment on proposed hunting regulations for the 2016‐2017 hunting seasons.  The process of collecting and analyzing data to inform hunting season proposals is an all‐year, every‐year job for FWP wildlife biologists, who also draw upon the observa
FWP Seeking Public Comment on 2016-17 Hunting Regs.
FWP Seeking Public Comment on 2016-17 Hunting Regs.
The following information is from Ryan Rauscher, Wildlife Biologist for the Montana FWP:      The department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks is taking public comment on proposed hunting regulations for the 2016‐2017 hunting seasons.  The process of collecting and analyzing data to inform hunting season proposals is an all‐year, every‐year job for FWP wildlife biologists, who also draw upon the observa
FWP: Swimmer’s Itch Reported at Willow Creek Reservoir
FWP: Swimmer’s Itch Reported at Willow Creek Reservoir
Reports of "swimmer's itch" at Willow Creek Reservoir on the Rocky Mountain Front northwest of Augusta, have prompted the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks to issue an advisory. According to the Centers for Disease Control, "swimmer's itch, also called cercarial dermatitis, appears as a skin rash caused by an allergic reaction to certain parasites that infect some birds