New guidelines and timelines for Montana landowners to apply for a free either-sex elk hunting tag will go before the Fish and Wildlife Commission for approval on April 19.
Author, chef and television personality Steven Rinella of MeatEater fame has authored a book aimed at helping parents raise the next generation of conservation-minded individuals.
With its diversity of predators, could Yellowstone National Park be a disease-free island in a surrounding sea of chronic wasting disease?
Following a gate failure at Hebgen Dam in December that dewatered the Madison River for 46 hours, NorthWestern Energy is proposing to improve spawning habitat on tributaries and help monitor fish populations and spawning bed locations as part of its mitigation plan.
Inflows to Missouri River basin reservoirs above Sioux City, Iowa, were well below average in March, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers reported on Monday, as much of Montana continues to suffer from severe to extreme drought.
A winter cross-country ski trip begins with a long walk due to lack of snow. When a trail on river ice appears, it seems like the perfect place to abandon the trail and strap on skis.
For a donation of $1,500, Yellowstone Forever will send you a personalized Inheritance Pass that will be good for whoever holds it in 150 years – 2172. Plus, the donor will receive an annual Yellowstone pass for 2022.
The Bureau of Land Management is proposing changes to how it defines genetic diversity in the Pryor Mountain wild horse herd. Comments are being sought.
After almost 60 years of state oversight, Hell Creek State Park was officially transferred to the management of the Montana Little Shell Tribe of Chippewa Indians last week.
More details emerged about a public dispute over the program that gives free bull elk tags to Montana landowners in return for public hunting access during the Environmental Quality Council’s Tuesday meeting in Helena.
Acquisition of 5,677 acres in the foothills of the Big Snowy Mountains north of Ryegate will cost Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks $8.22 million, according to the agency’s draft environmental assessment. Another $22,000 would be required to pay for the closing costs.
Avalanche forecaster Dave Zinn, a former ski patroller, found himself on the opposite side of a rescue after dislocating his shoulder snowmobiling. His training and his partners' preparation proved invaluable.
Amid declining COVID numbers, mitigation measures have relaxed throughout the country over the last few weeks, except for masking recommendations for air travel.
One skier was killed and another injured in an avalanche Thursday in Wyoming’s Teton Range.
Montana is set to be designated free of invasive mussels as the state moves to delist Tiber Reservoir as a mussel-positive waterbody.
The wind was blowing fiercely on a recent drive to the Paradise Valley, which is no surprise considering Livingston is known as one of the windier places in the state. Semi-tractor trailers blown over on Interstate 90 is a common occurrence.
The dip comes despite new laws and regulations aimed at increasing the take of wolves by hunters and trappers.
A snowmobiler riding near Willow Park was caught, buried and killed on Saturday in an avalanche in south-central Wyoming.
Over the last two weeks, Montana’s COVID-19 case load has dropped more than 80%. On Monday, active cases came to 655 with 583 cases added in the last seven days.
Beyond the numbers – 45 bears trapped, 30 euthanized, 19 relocated – are some surprising details on bear behavior in the 2021 Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s annual Grizzly Bear Relocation Report.
Winter in the park today is wholly different than it was 50 years ago, and it will keep changing in the decades to come as temperatures rise and precipitation that once fell as snow now falls as rain.
One of the primo properties in the Stillwater Valley, the Beartooth Ranch, has been sold after about two years on the market.
It’s common knowledge that the ground at Yellowstone goes up and down over time. Since 1923 the center of the caldera has risen by nearly 3 feet. But how does Yellowstone stack up against other calderas around the world?
The catch of a smallmouth bass close to Yellowstone National Park's border is causing concern the invasive species may be moving in.