After a night investigation and years-long court process a Vermont poacher was mandated to forfeit his vehicle and weapon in addition to prior fines and loss of hunting privileges, according to the Vermont Fish and
Michigan, Pennsylvania game wardens help Montana FWP enforcement seize multiple game animals killed illegally
Montana game wardens from around the state, including Kalispell, Billings and Miles City, recently traveled to Michigan, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Wyoming and Kentucky to follow up on long-term investigations of violations committed in Montana. Violations
The U.S. Interior Department on Sept. 6 canceled the remaining seven oil and gas leases in Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge that were part of a sale held in the waning days of the Trump
A Montana couple got a late-night wakeup call from a barking dog alerting them that a black bear had broken into their living room before the man shot and killed the animal with a handgun.<br
A woman was found dead in Montana on Saturday after coming into contact with a grizzly bear on a trail west of Yellowstone National Park.
The Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks said in
A mix of outdoor-related news stories from across the country published in the July 14, 2023 edition of Minnesota Outdoor News.
A federal judge in South Dakota has sentenced a Montana man to three years in prison for trafficking eagle feathers, wings and tails.
Harvey Hugs, 59, of Hardin, Mont., was sentenced in late June in
The fish are cut off from their spawning grounds by a wood-and-rock irrigation dam in eastern Montana. They now number about 125 wild fish, and U.S. government officials have acknowledged that the species could go
State’s annual wolf report shows a minimum of 477 wolves were counted for 2016. That’s down from 536 wolves counted in 2015, but doesn’t necessarily reflect a reduction in wolf numbers, but rather a reduction