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)
DNR completes investigation of common carp mortality on Lake Orion (2021)
Fish can do math? Study shows they can be trained to add, subtract
FINAL RESULTS FOR CROOKED CREEK 2022 WALLEYE TOURNEY
AN OLD SPIN!!!
By Montana Grant
AGAINST THE FLOW!!!
Day 1 Results for the Crooked Creek Walleye Classic at the Dam on Fort Peck
By Moosetrack Megan
Upper Salmon River Steelhead Fishing Report 5.13.22
Sanders County health warn against drinking water from Kennedy Creek
FLY RODS FORWARD!!!
HIGH WATER FISHING!!!
We are Suckers for New State Record Fish – Listen to Last Weeks Show 5/14/22
By Kamp Cook
Montana Fishing Reports for 5/14/22
Forest Service announces permit system for morel mushrooms on BDNF
Lower Hyalite Road Opens May 16th – Other Bozeman Area Road and Campground Openings Delayed
FWP reminds shed hunters to carry bear spray
Checking out the Front while listening to Catchin the Big Ones
MONTANA STATE PARKS SEES SLIGHT DECREASE IN VISITATION SO FAR FOR 2022
NEW PROCESS FOR FISHING REGULATION REVIEW CYCLE BEGINS WITH GATHERING IDEAS
GALLATIN and MADISON RIVERS PROTECTIONS PROPOSED!!!
Coyote killed after attacking toddler in California
First-ever Alligator Gar Caught in Kansas, October 2021
Crappie angler catches monster bass from kayak
New Montana state record longnose sucker