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Hunter’s Safety – A Rite of Passage

If you have a child that is 11 years of age or older, they are eligible to take the hunter education course that is required by the state in order to purchase a hunting license. Due to a law passed in 2003, all people born after the January 1, 1985 must show a certificate of completion for this course in order to get their license.

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Wolf Hunting Update [AUDIO]

The Montana wolf hunting season is in its final two weeks.

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Early morning fog on Fish Creek (Photo courtesy Jocelyn Catterson/Flickr)
Early morning fog on Fish Creek (Photo courtesy Jocelyn Catterson/Flickr)
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Help Fish Creek

The Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Department is looking for your help in shaping Fish Creek State Park.

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Wolf Hunting and Legislation Update [AUDIO]

The wolf hunting season continues in Montana, with 156 total having been harvested so far — 104 by hunters and 52 by trappers.

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Trapping Setbacks Required on Lake Como Ski Trails [AUDIO]

Bitterroot National Forest Supervisor Julie King has signed an order to require 150 foot setbacks from cross-country ski trails around Lake Como.

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Decked out in hunter's orange (Photo courtesy badenton/Flickr)
Decked out in hunter's orange (Photo courtesy badenton/Flickr)
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Avoid 10 Common Mistakes Hunters Make

Bruce Auchly of F W & P Region Four office in Great Falls has a great list of things to remember while you're out hunting.

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Statewide Youth Deer Hunt Thursday and Friday [AUDIO]

This Thursday and Friday, the two days before the general rifle hunting season have been set aside as the statewide youth deer hunt, according to Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks.

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Black bear (Photo courtesy USFS N Region)
Black bear (Photo courtesy USFS N Region)
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The Bear That Came Back

Black bears are great foragers and will eat darn near anything. They also have a good sense of direction.

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Over the fence and into the backyard for food. (Photo courtesy Mt FW&P)
Over the fence and into the backyard for food. (Photo courtesy Mt FW&P)
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Don’t Feed the Bears!

Craig & Al hit a "hot button" this morning judging from the phone calls it generated. DON'T FEED WILD ANIMALS!

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Over 1,700 Want Wolf Trapping Training in Montana [AUDIO]

Interest in wolf trapping in Montana has surprised officials at Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks. Spokesman Ron Aasheim says over 1,700 requests for more information about wolf trapping certification courses have been received, and classes are overflowing.

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Fishing Plan To Cover 6 Years
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Montana Fishing Comments Needed

Montana fisheries officials are seeking comment on a six-year plan, inlcuding a public comment meeting in Missoula Tuesday evening.

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Bitterroot Game Biologist Honored

A good friend of the Craig and Al Morning Show, Craig Jourdonnais, has been honored for his work with and for wildlife.

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