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May 29, 2020 by angelamontana
We received and email from Jen Samsel– the bears are out, folks!  Beautiful bears, Jeremy and Jen!! My husband and I were blessed to harvest beautiful Montana black bears this spring within two weeks of each other. Mine is a beautiful old brown phase black bear with holes in every tooth. My husband Jeremy’s is... View Article


May 29, 2020 by angelamontana
Will, from St. Regis, tagged his beauty of a black Montana bear for the season this week!  His friend, Jason Beaudoin helped pack out the meat.  Congratulations!  Nice spring bear! To check out more of Will’s (and his fiance’s) successes from the past, take a look at these articles: Couple Tags Fall Bears and Bucks... View Article


May 27, 2020 by angelamontana
Have you ever hunted rattlesnakes in Montana?  Here’s an example of what you can expect if you’re headed east!


May 27, 2020 by Moosetrack Megan
Executive Summary Background Glacier has been closed to visitors since March 27, 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The decision to close was based largely on requests and recommendations from local health officers in Flathead and Glacier counties, the Blackfeet Nation, and the State of Montana. Over the course of the closure, the park has... View Article


May 27, 2020 by Moosetrack Megan
Montana State Parks (stateparks.mt.gov) and Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park will host the free online event “The Birds of Lewis & Clark Caverns” on Friday, May 29, at 8pm via Zoom. Join Montana Audubon staff members Amy Seaman and Carmen Borchelt as they present The Birds of Lewis & Clark Caverns, a program celebrating... View Article


May 27, 2020 by Moosetrack Megan
Spring Has Sprung Guided Hike at Flathead Lake State Park-Wayfarers -Saturday, June 6 at 10:00-11:30am- (Bigfork, MT) – Montana State Parks invites you to Flathead Lake State Park- Wayfarers to celebrate National Trails Day with a 1 ½ hour trail walk during peak blooming season. People of all ages are welcome to come learn about... View Article


May 27, 2020 by Moosetrack Megan
MAMMOTH HOT SPRINGS, WY – Visitors continued enjoying the southern loop of Yellowstone National Park over the Memorial Day weekend. A large snowstorm closed the major mountain passes in the park on Saturday, which required the park to close the east and south entrances while crews cleared the roads. This dramatically lowered visitation on Saturday (May... View Article


May 26, 2020 by angelamontana
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Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks gets a number of unused nonresident combination licenses (big game combination, general elk and general deer) returned by customers each year. FWP resells these returned licenses through the “Alternate’s List.” The Alternate’s List is an option for nonresident hunters to express interest in purchasing one of the returned licenses mentioned above.... View Article


May 25, 2020 by angelamontana
Memorial Day by Frederick W. Emerson Our Nation is reverently thinking today Of the loved ones sleeping beneath the cold clay; Of the sacrifice made, and the brave deeds done, To preserve our Union as a glorious one. We ne’er will be able to pay the great cost Of the noble, the true, and the... View Article


May 23, 2020 by Moosetrack Megan
"Bull elk found shot, left to waste in southern Blaine Co."***Note: We appreciate folks reacting to/sharing this post… Posted by Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks-Region 6 on Saturday, May 23, 2020 Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Region 6 game wardens are seeking any information regarding a bull elk that was found shot and left to waste... View Article


May 23, 2020 by Montana Grant
Rowing is an art! Drift boats and row boats require practice and skill to navigate. A great Oarsman makes rowing look easy. A novice makes it look impossible. The best advice about rowing a drift boat came from my friend Sean Blaine. A lifetime time guide and avid fisherman. “Row away from the danger!” Rowing... View Article


May 21, 2020 by Moosetrack Megan
Dillon, Mont., May 21, 2020 – The Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest will open several additional developed recreation areas for the holiday weekend. For a full list of open areas and up-to-date information on scheduled re-openings, visit https://go.usa.gov/xvSAJ. he Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest staff began a phased reopening of developed recreation sites originally closed in accordance with Closure Order 2020-BD-007.... View Article


May 21, 2020 by Moosetrack Megan
Ennis, Mont., May 20, 2020 – Effective immediately, the Madison Ranger District will begin implementing a “Pack In, Pack Out” policy at one day-use area and several campgrounds. As a result of this policy change, trash service will no longer be available at Wade Lake Picnic Area and Cliff Point, Hilltop, Wade Lake, Riverview, Madison,... View Article


May 20, 2020 by Moosetrack Megan
On the afternoon of May 20, 2020, a female visitor was knocked to the ground and  injured by a bison in the Old Faithful Upper Geyser Basin after approaching the animal too closely (inside 25 yards). Park emergency medical providers responded to the incident immediately. She was assessed and refused transport to a medical facility.... View Article


May 19, 2020 by angelamontana
Tim Linehan, owner of Linehan Outfitting Company in Yaak, Montana, found success when he tagged a beautiful black bear!  Awesome work, Tim! For more information on Linehan Outfitting Company, click here.


May 19, 2020 by Moosetrack Megan
Ranching really is a dirty job! Thank you farmers and ranchers for all you do!


May 19, 2020 by Moosetrack Megan
BILLINGS, MT – Following guidance from the White House, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and state and local public health authorities, Reclamation’s Montana Area Office-managed sites east of the continental divide are increasing recreational access. The Bureau of Reclamation is working across the 17 western states in close coordination with federal, state and local... View Article


May 19, 2020 by Moosetrack Megan
BILLINGS, Montana – At approximately 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, May 17, a concrete drop structure failed on the Bureau of Reclamation’s Milk River Project St. Mary Canal, northwest of the town of Cut Bank in northern Montana, located on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation. When the damage was reported, the canal was flowing approximately 200 cubic-feet-per-second... View Article


May 15, 2020 by angelamontana
Spring in Montana–what to do?  Here’s a video from 2014 that shows a good thing to do with the youngsters!


May 15, 2020 by Moosetrack Megan
Kalispell, MT — The Flathead National Forest announced today that the Salish Good project has moved to the next phase of its planning process with the release of the draft decision notice. The draft decision would allow a commercial timber harvest on approximately 6,000 acres. The commercial harvest would provide timber for local mills and reduce... View Article

Montana Fishing Reports


May 30, 2020 by Montana Grant
The FWP is fishing for 100 acres of land near Ennis. This well-known area contains 2 spring creeks. Odell and Bear Creek provide cold water and spawning areas for the Madison River. The FWP commission has approved the purchase, which could take a year or so to complete. There are many steps that need to... View Article


May 29, 2020 by angelamontana
Paradise Falls reopened on May 4th, and the show has gone on!  We are still broadcasting live from Paradise Falls this morning from 8-9am, still, with proper social distancing. The Captain and the Director will be at Paradise Falls along with Teresa Lunn from United Country Real Estate with her trivia, and of course the... View Article


May 28, 2020 by angelamontana
Sponsored by the Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes and sanctioned by Montana Fish, Wildlife, and Parks On Flathead Lake June 2nd to June 28th Up to $225,000 in Cash and Prizes (1)-$10,000 & (3) $5,000 & (5) $1000 + over (6,000) $500-$100 Tagged Lake Trout Fish every day! Fish Mondays (except June 1) to Thursdays-tagged fish and bonus totals Friday to... View Article


May 28, 2020 by angelamontana
There are tons of moments in life where things unexpectedly happen and, all of the sudden, you’re belly laughing so hard that you have tears streaming down your face.  As we all know, fishing is no exception to those moments. Check out this funny compilation of fishing moments.  However, the swordfish parts are more “whew,... View Article


May 28, 2020 by angelamontana
REPORT COMPILED BY Carol Henckel Spring is still here. The unusual weather and sudden changes in weather temperatures, ice conditions, wind and water mean everyone needs to be vigilant when being outside. Outdoor enthusiasts including fishermen need to pay attention to these changes. Storms like snow and dangerous fire can happen quickly, so fishermen or... View Article


May 27, 2020 by angelamontana
We just love to see kids out there fishing, hunting and trapping.  It is a bonus when they catch something, too!  This may not be Montana-based, but it is still funny. Check out this kiddo with his first catch:


May 26, 2020 by angelamontana
Marla Parker did well fishing in the Pines area on Fort Peck just over a week ago when she reeled in this walleye!  She was using a lindy rig and a minnow, which must have sounded delicious to this 26-incher. Excellent work, Marla!


May 26, 2020 by angelamontana
Kari Parrow is pictured above holding a nice 25-nch sauger that she caught in Fourchette Bay on Fort Peck Reservoir last weekend. She was fishing with her husband, Josh Parrow. Very nice sized Sauger!  Good work, Kari!


May 26, 2020 by angelamontana
There are different types of harassment, and this is one you don’t see too often.  It is difficult to tell whether the woman in the video that was posted a few years ago is drunk, high, angry or just plain ignorant.  Maybe all?  The craziest part is that the fishermen were actually throwing bait in... View Article


May 26, 2020 by angelamontana
The Captain went fishing with Brian Olson from Fort Peck and Dan Majeske from Park Grove. Jigs were working in the great water of Fort Peck with twister tail and some tipped with minnows.  They were fishing in about 14 feet of water that was 57 degrees.  Things are warming up – get ready for... View Article


May 25, 2020 by angelamontana
Here we are!  Do not worry if you missed The Montana Outdoor Radio Show this past Saturday – you can check us out right here, right now!


May 23, 2020 by Montana Grant
Rowing is an art! Drift boats and row boats require practice and skill to navigate. A great Oarsman makes rowing look easy. A novice makes it look impossible. The best advice about rowing a drift boat came from my friend Sean Blaine. A lifetime time guide and avid fisherman. “Row away from the danger!” Rowing... View Article


May 21, 2020 by angelamontana
Grizzly Hackle rated the Bitterroot River a 1/5 for fishing and stated the following as of May 18th: “Lots of rain this week making for tough conditions on the Bitterroot River.  Looks like there are better options out there like the Missouri and stillwaters.  Creeks are all open now and some are fishing well.” For... View Article


May 21, 2020 by Montana Grant
Sling shots have been around for centuries. These handheld forked frame weapons are an upgrade from Slings. Back in the day of the Roman armies and other warrior cultures, Handheld Slings were used to disrupt enemy assaults. Units of Slingers would throw projectiles over 100 yards using a cord with a pocket sewed in the... View Article


May 21, 2020 by angelamontana
Spring  is still here. The unusual weather and sudden changes in weather temperatures, ice conditions, wind  and  water mean everyone needs to be vigilant when being outside.   Outdoor enthusiasts including fishermen need to pay attention to these changes.   Storms like snow and dangerous fire can   happen    quickly, so fishermen or fisherwomen need to   keep... View Article


May 20, 2020 by angelamontana
Wondering what’s going on in the Gallatin and at Fins and Feathers?  Stop your wondering, and find out here: Walk-in-traffic is available 8:30-5:30 pm M-Sat ; 8:30-3:30 on Sundays. We ask that everyone respect social distancing and use our “sanitation stations.” Please limit store visits to those that are transactional in nature for the time being. Private... View Article


May 20, 2020 by angelamontana
Everybody has something to say about what you should and shouldn’t be doing while you’re fishing, but how often do you use the advice you are given?  Some anglers take and use all the advice they get while some fishermen/women have no interest in hearing what other anglers do–they want to figure it out on... View Article


May 19, 2020 by angelamontana
Missoula — Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks netted a northern pike in Placid Lake on May 8 during a fisheries monitoring survey, marking the first confirmation of this fish species in the lake and prompting FWP to propose an emergency fishing regulation. Northern pike are not native to Placid Lake, and FWP believes that an established population... View Article


May 18, 2020 by angelamontana
Bill Zahradka, known as the Salmon Slayer from Wolf Point, had a great day of fishing on Fort Peck this past Sunday. Zahradka caught and released some huge lake trout and walleyes. Way to go, Bill!


May 18, 2020 by angelamontana
Don’t be mad because you missed the best statewide sporstmen-geared radio show in the country….we totally will show you what you missed here!

Montana Camping


May 22, 2020 by angelamontana
There are tons of camping hacks out there in the world, and we wanted to throw a few out there to you before you head out camping for the weekend.  You can even use these if you’re camping in your yard or just hanging out at home.


May 7, 2020 by Montana Grant
If you could only have one pot, when camping, what would it be? You would want a pot of proper size, lightweight, compact, easy to clean, efficient to heat, and practical. Pots come in all shapes and sizes. Titanium, cast iron, steel, aluminum, special Teflon coatings, and … You often see pots advertised on TV... View Article


May 2, 2020 by Montana Grant
Hunters love to camp. Deer camp, elk camp, fish camp, and in the Spring, Turkey Camp. Camping is a perfect way to keep our Social Distance. During this year’s camp, we saw no one. Montana banned non-resident hunters, and the rest of the hunting world were holed up for the Quarantine. Camp was later this... View Article


April 25, 2020 by Kamp Cook
This morning on the Montana Outdoor Radio Show the Captain and his Crew will be talking about a question that has been getting asked a great deal lately and that is when will our State and Federal campgrounds and other outdoor recreation areas be open for overnight camping? Due to all the efforts to “flatten... View Article


March 15, 2020 by Montana Grant
There is a difference between “Conservation” and “Preservation”. Folks that want things “preserved” want these areas to have zero access and human impact. “Conservationists” want to “Conserve these areas to be healthy and accessible for future generations. The key Conservation Rule is to “Leave it Better Than You Found It”! When I was a Young... View Article


October 31, 2019 by Montana Grant
$75 million for road construction, has been designated for Yellowstone Park next year. Anyone that has visited the Park in the past knows that the crowds and oversized vehicles have put great stress on the Parks roads and infrastructures. 3 Road projects are planned for 2020. The Pelican Creek Bridge is to be replaced. 6... View Article


October 24, 2019 by Montana Grant
The paved road at the Hyalite Reservoir is going to be increased. Additional paving will extend the paved area from the dam to where the road splits for Grotto and Palisades falls. Paving will begin in the end of October. Delays could be as long as 30 minutes because of tree cutting along the right... View Article


October 24, 2019 by Montana Grant
Back in the we camped! Tents, shelters, cheapo trailers. Camping today has taken on a whole new image. Canvas is out, silence is forgotten, and where are the food trucks? The fun used to be roughing it in style. My wife and I used to camp all the time. The simplicity of camping was wonderful.... View Article


October 20, 2019 by Montana Grant
Hunting or fishing in Montana can be damn uncomfortable! Cold, rain, snow, wind, and harsh conditions will make you ready to quit. If you are miserable, you are not enjoying the day. Modern clothing and accessories make all the difference. Polar fleece, hand warmers, quality bad weather gear, insulated footwear, layered garments that wick away,... View Article


October 17, 2019 by angelamontana
It turns out that bears like beer…. An article on countryrebel.com proved that humans aren’t the only ones who like a buzz every now and then.  The incident happened a few years ago, but it’s still a reminder to keep your camping areas and your homes bear-proof when you live in bear country. Here’s part... View Article


September 21, 2019 by Montana Grant
What’s on your Bucket List? We all have one even if you don’t know it. A special hunt, fishing trip, or just a thing that challenges you. What’s yours? This year I scratched a Halibut fishing trip to Alaska off mine. The only problem is that one trip is probably not enough, and an annual... View Article


July 22, 2019 by angelamontana
Here are six fantastic cooler hacks that you will be glad you tried!  Do you have your own hacks?  


July 17, 2019 by angelamontana
It’s camping season in Montana, and here are a few camping hacks we found that could help you out while you’re “roughing it”.


June 16, 2019 by Montana Grant
Coffee is a necessary morning get us going beverage. It seems like it has been around forever. Pioneers always had a pot on the campfire, Marines brewed it up in their helmets, and the coffee kiosks are always busy. My Mom drank coffee all day. She had an old electric percolator that was always making... View Article


June 16, 2019 by Montana Grant
Our most special Wild Places offer more than a pretty view, a place to fish, or critters to hunt. Wilderness represents pure Freedom. Freedoms are getting more difficult to find. Big cities and populated areas feel less free. Most of your day is being filmed from a battery of security and traffic cameras. Law enforcement... View Article


June 2, 2019 by Montana Grant
Grilling fresh fruits is amazing. Plan this recipe for a dessert on your next Killer Grillin session. Pears or Peaches make perfect Grill candidates. 1 tbsp. lemon juice 4 tbsp. melted butter ¼ tsp vanilla 4 pears or peaches 2 tbsp. sugar Cut them in half and remove the pits. In a small bowl, combine... View Article


May 26, 2019 by Montana Grant
“Human feces taints lakes and streams in the Beartooth Mountains!” A recent study targeted 21 lakes up to 12,807 feet. Out of 21 lakes tested in the Froze to Death plateau and Granite Peak area, 11 tested positive for E. coli. This hearty bacterium can survive long cold winters. These bacteria are found in the... View Article


March 28, 2019 by Montana Grant
Buckets are a Sportsman’s friend. We use them for so many things. Hauling water, dirt, gear, ice fishing, fish, food, and just about anything. Buckets come in several sizes. My favorites are the 2 1/2 Gallon or 5-gallon sizes. These are easy to carry and store. Putting a lid on buckets can be a challenge.... View Article


February 17, 2019 by Montana Grant
Winter is the perfect time to enjoy a great dessert! Bread Pudding will give the taste, flavors, and calories that will keep you warm. My Mother made this treat often and served it warm with milk, ice cream, or whip. It is also a hunting and fishing favorite! One of our family traditions is to... View Article


August 19, 2018 by Montana Grant
  Do not have to look over their shoulder. They hunt, fish, and enjoy the outdoors without needing supervision. They do the right things because they are the right things to do. Rules, limits, regulations, and enforcement are not for Great Sportsmen. They understand the importance of proper wildlife, fishery, and forest management. Public service... View Article

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Audio Reports


May 30, 2020 by Kamp Cook
It is nearly June. Summer temperatures are starting to arrive. Water temperatures are starting to rise. But so have water levels. Hear all of our border to border reports from coorespondents around the state. From the latest episode of the Montana Outdoor Radio Show. Montana Outdoor Radio Show · Ryan From The North 40 With... View Article


May 23, 2020 by Kamp Cook
The unofficial kick off to summer has arrived. Thousands of Montanans are flocking to the Treasure States waters and campgrounds for a old fashioned, all american weekend. Hear where the fish are biting from our corespondents around the state. Montana Outdoor Radio Show · May 23rd


May 16, 2020 by Kamp Cook
It is the official opener of fishing season here in the great state of Montana. Time to get outside and hook into some fun. Hear all of our border to border reports from corespondents around the state.


May 9, 2020 by Kamp Cook
Water levels are rising and so is the water tempertures. That is sparking a frenzy of spring fish bites across the state. Hear the latest reports from our corespondents around the state.

Montana FWP


May 30, 2020 by Montana Grant
Montana will be opening the 3 Montana entrances to Yellowstone National Park on June 1st. “YOUR NEW PARK” may be a bit different than in past seasons. Consider that the park has been vacant of tourists and most people for over a month. The critters have expanded their habitats and made themselves back to their... View Article


May 30, 2020 by Montana Grant
The FWP is fishing for 100 acres of land near Ennis. This well-known area contains 2 spring creeks. Odell and Bear Creek provide cold water and spawning areas for the Madison River. The FWP commission has approved the purchase, which could take a year or so to complete. There are many steps that need to... View Article


May 30, 2020 by Kamp Cook
The Captain has expanded his reach all the way to Fort Peck. The Montana Outdoor Radio Show is expanding to include a Fort Peck outpost and the Captain has been busy setting up the new headquarters. Hear all about his latest trip to Fort Peck and all the latest hunting and fishing news from the... View Article


May 30, 2020 by Kamp Cook
It is nearly June. Summer temperatures are starting to arrive. Water temperatures are starting to rise. But so have water levels. Hear all of our border to border reports from coorespondents around the state. From the latest episode of the Montana Outdoor Radio Show. Montana Outdoor Radio Show · Ryan From The North 40 With... View Article


May 29, 2020 by angelamontana
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks and the Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation issued a Decision Notice today to allow natural processes to continue to degrade Elbow Lake Dam. The rock dam, located along the Clearwater River south of Seeley Lake, has been in place for many years but its existence violates several state... View Article


May 29, 2020 by angelamontana
We received and email from Jen Samsel– the bears are out, folks!  Beautiful bears, Jeremy and Jen!! My husband and I were blessed to harvest beautiful Montana black bears this spring within two weeks of each other. Mine is a beautiful old brown phase black bear with holes in every tooth. My husband Jeremy’s is... View Article


May 29, 2020 by angelamontana
Will, from St. Regis, tagged his beauty of a black Montana bear for the season this week!  His friend, Jason Beaudoin helped pack out the meat.  Congratulations!  Nice spring bear! To check out more of Will’s (and his fiance’s) successes from the past, take a look at these articles: Couple Tags Fall Bears and Bucks... View Article


May 29, 2020 by angelamontana
Paradise Falls reopened on May 4th, and the show has gone on!  We are still broadcasting live from Paradise Falls this morning from 8-9am, still, with proper social distancing. The Captain and the Director will be at Paradise Falls along with Teresa Lunn from United Country Real Estate with her trivia, and of course the... View Article


May 28, 2020 by angelamontana
Sponsored by the Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes and sanctioned by Montana Fish, Wildlife, and Parks On Flathead Lake June 2nd to June 28th Up to $225,000 in Cash and Prizes (1)-$10,000 & (3) $5,000 & (5) $1000 + over (6,000) $500-$100 Tagged Lake Trout Fish every day! Fish Mondays (except June 1) to Thursdays-tagged fish and bonus totals Friday to... View Article


May 28, 2020 by angelamontana
There are tons of moments in life where things unexpectedly happen and, all of the sudden, you’re belly laughing so hard that you have tears streaming down your face.  As we all know, fishing is no exception to those moments. Check out this funny compilation of fishing moments.  However, the swordfish parts are more “whew,... View Article


May 28, 2020 by angelamontana
REPORT COMPILED BY Carol Henckel Spring is still here. The unusual weather and sudden changes in weather temperatures, ice conditions, wind and water mean everyone needs to be vigilant when being outside. Outdoor enthusiasts including fishermen need to pay attention to these changes. Storms like snow and dangerous fire can happen quickly, so fishermen or... View Article


May 28, 2020 by Montana Grant
Outdoor and camp footwear are important. Proper and comfortable foot protection is critical to survival. Everyone has their own footwear standards. Some include color, style, weight, or comfort. I was watching a show about a snake hunter that catches invasive pythons in the Everglade swamps. He goes barefoot! He either has feet as tough as... View Article


May 28, 2020 by Montana Grant
Wasps, hornets, and garden pests can be a real nuisance. Paper Wasps can be a real pain. Their sting can bring on anaphylactic shock, or at the very least hurt like hell. Other wasps may be more aggressive but do not share as strong of a venom. Once nests, or paper wasp sacks are established,... View Article


May 28, 2020 by angelamontana
The greasy clay found on some Eastern Montana roads took a tight hold on my pickup during the final weekend of the turkey season. Gumbo, as we like to call it, has bogged down many a vehicle over the years, often during the antelope opener. Luckily, I still had cell phone service and was able... View Article


May 27, 2020 by angelamontana
We just love to see kids out there fishing, hunting and trapping.  It is a bonus when they catch something, too!  This may not be Montana-based, but it is still funny. Check out this kiddo with his first catch:


May 27, 2020 by angelamontana
The Montana Fish & Wildlife Commission will meet May 28 using the video conferencing platform Zoom. Details on how to access the meeting will be posted on fwp.mt.gov closer to the meeting date. The meeting will also be audio streamed online at fwp.mt.gov. The meeting begins at 9 a.m. The commission will make final decisions... View Article


May 27, 2020 by angelamontana
Have you ever hunted rattlesnakes in Montana?  Here’s an example of what you can expect if you’re headed east!


May 27, 2020 by Moosetrack Megan
Executive Summary Background Glacier has been closed to visitors since March 27, 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The decision to close was based largely on requests and recommendations from local health officers in Flathead and Glacier counties, the Blackfeet Nation, and the State of Montana. Over the course of the closure, the park has... View Article


May 27, 2020 by Moosetrack Megan
Montana State Parks (stateparks.mt.gov) and Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park will host the free online event “The Birds of Lewis & Clark Caverns” on Friday, May 29, at 8pm via Zoom. Join Montana Audubon staff members Amy Seaman and Carmen Borchelt as they present The Birds of Lewis & Clark Caverns, a program celebrating... View Article


May 27, 2020 by Moosetrack Megan
Spring Has Sprung Guided Hike at Flathead Lake State Park-Wayfarers -Saturday, June 6 at 10:00-11:30am- (Bigfork, MT) – Montana State Parks invites you to Flathead Lake State Park- Wayfarers to celebrate National Trails Day with a 1 ½ hour trail walk during peak blooming season. People of all ages are welcome to come learn about... View Article