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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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Mountain Lion Considered Dangerous

Wild animals live very close to us here. They can be as harmless as a rabbit or as threatening as a grizzly bear.

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Did You Get a Ticket?

It’s always a good idea to make sure you’ve got an up to date license, and you carry it with you.

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Boats and yachts anchores near the shoreline
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Is Your Boat Safe?

The Coast Guard Auxiliary and Montana FW&P plan a boat safety check at Gull Boats Saturday, May 19th from 10a.m.-4p.m.

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Let’s Go Fishin’

Fishing season opens this weekend in Montana.Sporting goods stores and fly shops all have fishing information boards.

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Birds Might Attack Your House

Flickers really like ants but they will peck on your house to declare their territory.

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Find Out What Birds Are Where?

Bruce Auchly, Region4 of the MT FW&P,is a confirmed bird watching enthusiast. He writes a bi-weekly article on what’s happening outdoors in Montana.

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Photot courtesy of MT FWP
Photot courtesy of MT FWP
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Hunting Permit Deadline

 

If you plan on applying for hunting permits in Montana this year you need to know application dates have changed. Fish Wildlife and Parks has published a new list. The biggest change this year is the deadline for residents and nonresidents to apply for deer and elk permits – now March 15. At

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