The temperatures are too high and the snow level is too low. The deer and elk hunting season has reported lower numbers than the five-year average in west-central Montana, according to the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Weekly Report.
Vivaca Crowser reported that the number of hunters is higher than last year, but lower than the previous three years at this time. So far, 6,296 fighters have passed through the checkpoints at Darby, Bonner and Anaconda. There were over 7,000 hunters in 2017 and 2019.
At individual checkpoints:
Wildlife biologist Rebecca Mowry said elk numbers so far in the Bitterroot were the lowest since Darby station started operating only on weekends in 2014. Elk and deer numbers deer deer in Bonner is the lowest since 2009. Mule deer numbers in Darby, however, are the highest in the past five years. We are coming to the end of the general big game hunting season in Montana. Hunters are reminded to stop game control stations whether you are successful or not.
Wildlife manager Mike Thompson said: “This has been one of those seasons so far when it comes to harvest totals anyway, and of course the weather is a factor. important from a slow season. It was a beautiful fall for a walk in the woods, but not the kind of drop that elk and deer move, at least so far. ”
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