Flows are still pretty high throughout the Big Hole River, but in some sections, peak daily temperatures are exceeding 73 degrees, creating dangerous conditions for the fishery. Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks announced the addition of Hoot Owl Fishing Restrictions to Big Hole River Sections I and V beginning tomorrow, Wednesday 7/19/2017, in accordance with the Big Hole River Drought Management Plan. (more…)
Join us for our annual Wildlife Speaker Series event, coordinated in conjunction with the Wildlife Conservation Society Community Partnerships program! (more…)
BHWC’s June 2017 monthly meeting topic was a Big Hole watershed wildlife report from Craig Fager and Vanna Boccadori, Wildlife Biologists with Montana Fish, Wildlife, and Parks.
Rachel Cramer with Montana Public Radio met with BHWC and partners in late May at our livestock carcass compost site near Wisdom to conduct an interview about the site and the process (and benefits) of composting livestock. Read and listen here: (more…)