Montana Fur Bearer Conservation Alliance October 2011 Report

Director— Kenneth Cordoza Jr., 150 Lost Coon Tr., Whitefish, MT 59937

Director — Don Bothwell, 110 Cardiff Ave., Kalispell, MT 59901

Director — Rick Hawk, P.O. Box 381, Kalispell, MT 59903

Director — Robert Howard, P.O. Box 164, Martin City, MT 59926

Director — Larry Keyes, 235 Martin Camp Rd., Whitefish, MT 59937, P.O. Box 3481, Kalispell, MT
e-mail address: mtfurs@gmail.com

Membership Options:

• Regular Membership — $25, includes Trapper & Predator Caller subscription
• Sustaining Membership $20 – No Magazine
• Junior Membership (under 18) $15 – T&PC subscription
• Family Membership — $30, T&PC subscription
• Charter Membership — $100
• Foundation Membership — $200

DIRECTOR’S REPORT

As you all know, this is a slow time for trappers. my equipment is ready and I am ready but time still needs to pass. MFCA did have a summer picnic at Logan State Park. It was lightly attended but all who did come had an enjoyable time and good picnic food. I went to Lewistown to the MTA gathering.

I was only there on Saturday for part of the day but did get to visit and purchase some supplies. I traveled from Kalispell to Great Falls, Great Falls to Lewistown, Lewistown North and then through Denton to Fort Benton and Fort Benton to Great Falls and back to Kalispell. In that whole trip I saw not one pheasant.

I saw less than ten mule deer and fewer than two dozen antelope. In fact I saw as many coyotes as I did antelope bucks. Those coyotes were big and would look good on a stretcher.

— Rick

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