Montana’s annual income tax check-off fund for wildlife benefits the state’s small wildlife species including birds, small mammals, reptiles and amphibians, and it provides a fast, convenient tax break.
The wildlife income tax check-off fund also goes to activities that encourage awareness and enjoyment of birds and small mammals—think wildlife monitoring, habitat improvement projects and the publication and distribution of educational materials.
Every $10 you donate is matched up to three times with federal dollars.
For details on the ways FWP uses nongame check-off funds to help small mammals and birds, go to the FWP website at fwp.mt. gov and look under the Fish & Wildlife tab.
(Report by Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks)
Big Bull at Bison Range
YGCC Cancels Meeting
Park visitor fined after bear fed, euthanized
By Moosetrack Megan
Crow man takes tribal hunting case to U.S. Supreme Court
Man reports being attacked by grizzly, taken to Livingston hospital
Seeley Lake District Event deadline approaches
Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center’s Fall Program Line-up & Winter Hours
BE THE BEST PARENT!!!
By Montana Grant
Mosin-Nagant-Reliable and Effective (with Colonel Smoothbore)
Gearing Up For General Season – Listen to Last Weeks Show 10/13/18
By Kamp Cook
Montana Hunting and Fishing Reports 10/13/18
End your work day with a successful MT wolf hunt video!
Gallatin River Fishing Report from the River’s Edge 10.10.18
Animal Rights Groups want to End Idaho Steelhead Fishing
Hunting, Wet Flies and more Hunting on Hunters’ Breakfast!
Grizzly Bear Kills Calf in Area Not Known for Grizzlies
NW Montana Fishing Reports by Snappy’s Sport Senter 10.8.18
What Makes a Child Ready to Apprentice? (by FWP)
Lightweight Tents Heated by Woodstoves (by Brett French)
Black bear vs grizzly bear
Central to Eastern Montana Fishing Report 10.10.18