HELENA – Montana has no shortage of amazing nature and scenery to take in. But at this time of the year, there is one that
We begin a two-part series this morning looking at an illegal fish stocking in a Belgrade Pond. Our guests are: Travis Horton/FWP Fish Biologist Pat
Spring plowing is underway for Glacier National Park’s renowned Going-to-the-Sun Road. Park officials announced Wednesday that plowing on the scenic mountain road, past Lake McDonald Lodge,
COOKE CITY, Mont. – Near Yellowstone National Park, residents of a small town where a collared park wolf was shot by a local resident, say
GLACIER NATIONAL PARK – Recent observations of bear tracks in the snow indicate bears are emerging from hibernation and venturing out to look for food
KALISPELL- The Flathead County Sheriff’s Office released the name of the man who died in Lake McDonald in Glacier National Park on Tuesday. The victim
Chet visits with Morgan Jacobsen, the new FWP Information and Education Manager for Region 3. Originally from Miles City, Jacobsen comes from working in Utah.
(Yellowstone National Park Press Release) MAMMOTH HOT SPRINGS, Wyo. – Beginning Friday, March 29, bicyclists willing to brave the unpredictable elements of spring in Yellowstone
HELENA — Legislative Republicans and outdoor-recreation groups lined up Monday behind a bill they said would increase access through private land to “landlocked” public lands
So far this season, 305 bison have been captured or killed near Yellowstone National Park. The Interagency Bison Management Plan for this season calls for
Montana Governor Steve Bullock announced he would establish a Grizzly Bear Advisory Council to spark a statewide discussion on grizzly bear management, conservation and recovery.
Judge blocks drilling on federal lands in Wyoming, demands future oil and gas leases consider climate change
A federal judge has blocked drilling on over 300,000 acres of land in Wyoming, ruling the Bureau of Land Management failed to consider the impact
HELENA – Governor Steve Bullock is announcing the formation of a “Grizzly Bear Advisory Council”, helping to set up the state to take a more
The night sky will be a little brighter starting on Tuesday with the third and final supermoon of 2019. Supermoons occur when the moon is
Montana Senator Steve Daines and Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski met at the Wild Sheep Foundation to talk about the recent passage of the Public Lands Package.