Conservation

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Trail Cam Photos

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Three-million photos. Thirty-six trail cameras. Fifteen amazing shots. Montana’s Rocky Mountain Front is one of the wildest places in the Lower 48 and the Boone and Crockett Club takes you there with the never before seen images of wildlife on the Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Ranch. As the snow...
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The distribution of wildlife throughout the year is relevant to private lands management, providing hunter access to wildlife, and ensuring the sustainability of wildlife populations. The B&C University Program at the University of Montana has initiated a project to better understand the conservation implications of sustainable ranch management on big game communities on the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains. Enjoy a few shots of the variety of wildlife that called the Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Ranch home this summer.
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When do mule deer bucks typically shed their antlers? When are elk calves usually born? How can you tell the difference between a grizzly bear and a black bear? For kids growing up in Montana, these questions might not be very difficult to answer. But to many children, particularly those living in urban areas, these natural science questions might be harder than an algebra test. Check out our new Trail Cam Lesson Plans.... the first one is FREE!
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The Boone and Crockett Club’s Lee and Penny Anderson Conservation Education Program has released its first “virtual” wildlife education lesson plans that teach middle schoolers about wildlife science.

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"The wildlife and its habitat cannot speak. So we must and we will."

-Theodore Roosevelt