If you think you saw a zebra in Montana, you can double take again, and you will still most likely see a zebra. Take a look at this post from the Montana Highway Patrol’s Facebook page:
Last week Trooper Cartwright got a good photo of the zebra that lives at mm60 on US12 east of Miles City. We know that Montana State Troopers cover a lot of territory, but apparently there is a land bridge somewhere out here connecting us to Africa a la the Pangaea days?! Who knew!
Development In A Wealthy Montana Boom Town Is Fouling A World-Class Trout River
MORE SMORE FUN!!!
By Montana Grant
Does Plaid Work as Well as Camo?
Beaver stops traffic, drags supplies across the road
Researchers Conducting Canada Lynx Survey in Glacier National Park
New Smallmouth Record in South Dakota, Caught, Weighed and Released
FWP SITES IN GALLATIN COUNTY ENTER STAGE-2 FIRE RESTRICTIONS
Drought conditions mean lower water levels at Hebgen Reservoir required to protect Madison River fisheries
By Moosetrack Megan
Helena Area Reservoirs Fishing Report 7.26.21
Whitefish Bite is HOT on north Flathead Lake
Multi-species fishing week at Fort Peck with the Captain
Final Results Bring Big Weights at Hell Creek Walleye Tournament!
Day 1 results at Hell Creek Walleye Tourney on Fort Peck!
Woman fined, given four years probation for improper food storage
Montana Fishing Reports for 7/24/21
By Kamp Cook
Beware the Hoot Owl – Catching the Big Ones 7/23/21
Too Hot in the Hot Tub – Listen to Last Weeks Show 7/24/21
NY Times reports: Montana’s Famed Trout Under Threat as Drought Intensifies
What NOT to do when you see bears
Float and Fly with Catchin the Big Ones this morning!
Gov. Gianforte Again Urges USDA to Open All CRP Acreage for Emergency Haying, Grazing
Caverns Friday Summer Speakers Series: ‘Owl Pellet Investigation’