montana wolf quota update
The MONTANA WOLF HUNTING season is in full swing. FWP biologists report that hunters have killed 87 WOLVES across the state. MONTANA does not have a quota this year, except in two
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Commissioners rejected a proposal to extend the hunting season in Wolf Management Unit 250.
Montana hunters have killed 145 wolves across the state. Wolf Management Unit 110, which includes portions of Lincoln and Flathead Counties, in northwestern Montana, will
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Commission voted 3-2, on January 19, to extend the wolf hunting season in the Bitterroot Valley. The proposal would extend the season
Montana hunters have killed 131 wolves across the state. Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks have already extended the season through February 15, 2012. In the
Montana hunters have killed 120 wolves across the state. In Region 1, about 75 percent of the wolf quota has been met. A total of
Montana hunters have killed 110 wolves across the state, 50% percent of the quota. The season was set to end on Dec. 31, but Montana
Montana hunters have harvested 105 wolves across the state. The hunting of all wolves in Wolf Management Unit 130, which include portions of Flathead, Lake
Across Montana, hunters harvested 100 wolves, 45 percent of the total quota of 220. And hunters in northwest Montana have taken 44 wolves, 62 percent
Hunters harvested 96 wolves across Montana. To report the harvest of a wolf, please call the Harvest Reporting line at 1-877-FWP-WILD (1-877-397-9453). Obtain current harvest
Montana hunters have killed 82 wolves across the state. On Wednesday, 11/16/2011, Wolf Management Unit 390 closed after the quota of 18 wolves was met.
Hunters harvested 69 wolves throughout Montana. The general rifle season will last until December 31, 2011, unless FWP decides to extend the hunt. To report