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Montana Pheasant Hunting News

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This year’s Montana pheasant hunters will have the 2014 Farm Bill to thank for the amount of private land available. The state’s Department of Agriculture has used its Public Access and Habitat Incentive Program with funds allocated from the bill to open up new land for hunters.

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We’re still a few weeks away from getting field reports on birds in various states, but some folks in Montana are getting eager for the upcoming season.

Word out of Montana is that at least one official is optimistic about the birds this season in Big Sky Country. Gene Koppy was able to talk to an official and get him to dish on the bird counts.

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Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks announced two programs for landowners in 19 counties aimed at increasing public hunting access and enhancing the quality of upland game bird habitat.

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Landowners interested in raising and releasing ring-necked pheasants this year through the state Upland Game Bird Enhancement Program have until May 15 to submit an application.

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PF Hosting Montana State Habitat Meeting in Great Falls June 26 & 27
Pheasants Forever will hold its Montana State Habitat meeting in Great Falls, Montana on Friday, June 26 & Saturday, June 27, 2009. The meeting is for PF members, landowners, natural resource professionals and anyone interested in Montana wildlife habitat and upland birds.

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Friday, May 13, 2005 Hunting Landowners Sought For Pheasant Release Program Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is seeking landowners interested in releasing ring-necked pheasants in suitable habitats as part of Montana’s Upland Game Bird Release Program...

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Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks administers a program to release pen-raised pheasants on private land. Applications need to be submitted to the region 7 headquarters in Miles City prior to the May 15 deadline. The idea is to release pheasants into h...

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Friday, August 18, 2000 Headlines Aging Upland Game Birds-By Their Wings And Other Means One of the important joys of hunting can be found in learning more about wildlife. Many hunters can quickly determine if a deer is an adult or juvenile, but few...

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Pheasant hunting prospects are top of mind with bird hunters looking forward to pheasant season in October. The new two-day resident-only period is October 6-7, with general pheasant season opening October 8 across the state. Good pheasant hunting de...

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Friday, January 24, 2003 Hunting New Game Bird Farm and Shooting Preserve Guidelines In Place PDF Version Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks has proposed new guidelines to manage the state’s game bird farms and shooting preserves based on a detailed env...

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Sunday, September 16, 2001 Hunting Learning The Hard Way : Let Your Dog Be Your Hunting Partner Ray Mulé, FWP wildlife biologist PDF Version It’s been said that a dog’s nose is a million times more sensitive than a human’s. Most of the time, when b...

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Friday, May 14, 2004 Headlines Reading The Landscape For Upland Birds Andrew McKean, FWP Information Officer, Region 6 Last winter knocked the stuffing out of many residents of northeastern Montana—including the thousands of pheasants and native gro...

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By Becky Bohrer Associated Press — July 12, 2005 BILLINGS — Six months after canceling a planned bison hunt because of concerns about bad publicity, Montana's wildlife commission has approved a revised hunt of bison that leave Yellowstone National Pa...

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State extends elk hunting by 2 weeks Associated Press Antlerless elk hunting in southwestern Montana was extended by two weeks Tuesday by the state Fish, Wildlife and Parks Commission in an unprecedented effort to reduce the size of elk herds. T...

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Bald is hair color in Montana Associated Press — June 7, 2004 HELENA — Bald is a hair color in Montana. Montana's Web site lists ''bald'' as an option when applying online for a fishing license. ''It's always been there, but before when you appl...

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Amendment would recognize hunting, fishing By JENNIFER McKEE Gazette State Bureau HELENA - Hunting and fishing have been described as the unofficial state religion of Montana. This November, voters will get a chance to change the state constitutio...

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Mont. seeks new access program for hunters Associated Press — Sept. 21, 2004 BOZEMAN, Mont. — The 2005 Montana Legislature will be asked to expand the state program that pays landowners who open their property for public hunting. The Montana Dep...

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Sign tallies animals hit along I-90 Associated Press — Oct. 6, 2004 BOZEMAN, Mont. — An electronic sign greets cars traveling Interstate 90 between Bozeman and Livingston with the message: "192 animals hit this year, next 20 miles." The number is...

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Montana approves return of bison hunt By Sarah R. Craig Associated Press — Oct. 13, 2004 HELENA, Mont. — Montana's wildlife commission voted Thursday to resume bison hunting, allowing up to 25 animals to be killed next year if they leave Yellowsto...

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Montana outdoors: Mark Henckel MONTANA OUTDOORS Every year, as the big game hunting season winds down, hunters begin asking the question, "Will the deer or elk season be extended this year?" The question might arise because fire danger closures o...

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