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Bear Aware in Montana Bear Aware in Montana Montana is bear country. Grizzly bear populations continue to become denser and more widespread in Montana, increasing the likelihood that residents and recreationists will encounter them in more places each year. Read More Posted on Sep 4, 2023 Hunter Education Classes Scheduled Hunter Education Classes Scheduled KALISPELL — Hunter education courses are scheduled in Kalispell, Columbia Falls, and Eureka.   Read More Posted on Aug 24, 2023 FWP Adjusts Mule Deer Quotas FWP Adjusts Mule Deer Quotas While mule deer populations remain steady in portions of the state, spring green-up surveys conducted by Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks wildlife biologists showed populations in some parts of the state remain lower than desired, and as a result, licenses available to hunters in those areas have been cut back. Read More Posted on Jul 19, 2023 Recreational Use Permit Changes Recreational Use Permit Changes Starting July 1st 2023 recreationalist will need to purchase a conservation permit instead of the Recreational Use Permit. Read More Posted on Jun 30, 2023 Guidelines for Hunting, Fishing, Trapping and Recreating on State Trust land in Montana With the upcoming hunting season, many people will likely hunt state trust land at some point. These lands, which can provide great recreational opportunity, are managed by the Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation (DNRC) for the benefit of the public schools and other public entities. In Fish, Wildlife & Parks Region 6 in northeast Montana, large areas of state trust land are found in central Valley and western Daniels counties. Read More Posted on Sep 9, 2022