International Migratory Bird Day is tomorrow and there are a few events around Montana organized to educate, celebrate and bring attention to bird migration, one of the most important and spectacular events in the Americas. IMBD began in 1993 and is now hosted at more than 600 sites from Canada to Argentina. Although the official day is the second Saturday of May, some events are scheduled for later in the month. Here are a few going on in our part of the world:
Three Trophies in Two Days!
Illinois Legalizes Use of Crossbows During Archery Season. Should Montana Follow Suit?
By Jackalope Jordan
New Survey Finds 2 million Fewer Americans Hunted Last Year Than 2011
A Return to First Birds (with Colonel Smoothbore)
Setting Up For Coyotes
By Toby Trigger
Listen to Last Weeks Show [9/16]
Can you Judge A Bulls Rack?
Montana Hunting and Fishing Reports for 9/16/17
By Kamp Cook
Attend Yellowstone’s Hawk Watch
By Moosetrack Megan
Fishing Bridge to Indian Pond road reconstruction approved
Yellowstone kills aggressive bear
Stabilization work begins at Sperry Chalet