Blog posts in What You're Seeing
Please check out Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks' 2017 Targeted Elk Brucellosis Surveillence Project update here. FWP plans to begin their capture season this February, including recapturing the seropositive elk in the Sage Creek, Black's Ford, Mill Creek, and Greeley populations. If you have questions or concerns, contact Jenny Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org or 406-868-2367.
It's that time of year again...our Annual Meeting and Potluck is just around the corner!
Are you looking for a fun spring time activity? Do you want to visit rugged landscapes of Montana? Are you looking to gain some new experiences or build your resume? Do you want to learn and play in the water while completing great conservation work? If you answered yes to any of those questions, do we have an opportunity for you!
The hunting season opener was a week and a half ago! Fish, Wildlife and Parks biologist, Dean Waltee, ran a check station out of Alder for the 3rd year in a row! They chatted with 473 hunters who spent 656 days hunting on opening weekend. If you are interested in the data they compiled at the check station, please check out the link below!
Ever wonder what types of wildlife folks are seeing in a place you want to visit? Ever have an amazing wildlife story that you wish you could share with everyone? Well here's your chance to learn and share. The Centennial Valley Association strives to keep the community informed about what is going on with our wildlife in the valley. So here is your chance to help us help the community! Send an email to email@example.com with: