Three grizzly bears were struck and killed by trains traveling through Glacier County east of Marias Pass near Glacier National Park.
People love to run trails, but an environmental group questions whether the U.S. Forest Service should back big trail runs in grizzly bear country.
The WGA passed a resolution encouraging federal and state agencies to work together to identify and protect regions that wildlife use as migratory corridors.
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks (FWP) captured and relocated a grizzly bear spotted north of Conrad on Friday.
FWP officials report a sample from a second white-tailed deer in Libby is suspected positive for chronic wasting disease.
Emergency managers are warning Montanans that this isn’t the time to be taking the first “dip” of the year.
Whether you’re tying on a salmon fly or threading a nightcrawler onto a hook, during Father’s Day weekend, everyone in Montana can fish for free.
The top-to-bottom mountain biking trails will be opening on Saturday at Whitefish Mountain Resort.
Sen. Tester says if the newly re-introduced Blackfoot Clearwater Stewardship Act is going to become law, it will need firmer support from Montana’s other political leaders, and bi-partisan work in Washington, D.C.
The Summitt Aquatics Fitness Instructor Adriana Saunier says that people often overestimate their swimming abilities this early in the season.
Montana boaters will see another mandatory inspection rule this summer.
Drafted in 1987, the current forest plan does not protect any part of the Crazy Mountains as recommended wilderness.
Ismay and Rosebud are able to sniff out Aquatic Invasive Species when human eyes aren’t sharp enough.
Calling for supporters, including Montana’s Congressional delegation, to be more “aggressive”, Sen. Jon Tester will re-introduce the Blackfoot Clearwater Stewardship Act.
The Madison Buffalo Jump is just over 600 acres above the Madison River and became Montana’s 20th state park back in 1966.