Capt. Adam Pankratz, Region 3 Warden Chief, joins Chet to talk about offenses the agency is seeing this hunting season, including tagging offenses, misidentification of
This Week in Fish and Wildlife
Sgt. Matt Wemple, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks’ game warden, joins Chet to explain some common rules that are being violated each year.
BOZEMAN, Mont. – Ben Alexander, member of the Montana Parks in Focus Commission visited MTN News to promote the group’s efforts to sustain and strengthen
Keri Carson, FWP Wildlife Veterinarian Technician joins Chet to explain what common deer maladies hunters should be aware of as the general season opens Saturday.
Julie Cunningham, a biologist with Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks, explains some of the unique characteristics of antelope. Do you know why antelope hunting season
Antelope season opens on Saturday, Oct. 6, 2018 – MT Fish, Wildlife and Parks biologist Julie Cunningham joins Chet to discuss the animals – did
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is seeking public comment on a proposal to close a small portion of HD 385 in Beattie Gulch near Gardiner
Step back in time this weekend during a special event at Bannack State Park. Mark and Sharon Brown from Montana History Live, Inc. joined Chet
Chet talks with Capt. Adam Pankratz, FWP Region 3 -Warden about important reminders for hunters who use public and private land.
With archery season starting Saturday, Sept. 1, 2018, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks’ Jeremiah Smith joins Chet to talk about the state’s bear population and what
Lorenzo Aguilar of Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks joined Chet to talk about the 2018 Hunting Access Guide. The guide is available now and directs
Is the Madison River being loved to death? Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks’ Jay Pape joins Chet to discuss the realities of wear and tear
Travis Horton, fish biologist with Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks, joins Chet on the Madison River to talk about how hot weather can impact area fishery health.
Montana State Parks will host another week of campground interpretive programs open to the public at Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park on Aug. 3 and 4.
Rhea Armstrong, Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park Manager, joins Chet to explain how work in the 1930s by the CCC helped the park be designated as a National Historic District.