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Wildlife

Wildlife

Pack your binoculars, friends. Montana is full of wild animals. In fact, in some of our wild places you might see more wildlife than people. It’s part of what makes the region so special. Big game roams the region along with smaller creatures and more than 400 species of birds.

Note: As of July 1, 2023, a conservation license is required for everyone age 12 and older to access most state lands, including wildlife management areas, fishing access sites and wildlife habitat protection areas, and all types of recreation—launching watercraft, hiking, biking, wildlife viewing, etc. State parks are excluded from this requirement.
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Wildlife

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