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Montana Birding and Nature Trail
Discover the Nature of Montana..

About the Trail

The Montana Birding and Nature Trail (MBNT) Steering Committee represents state, federal, university, tourism, conservation and other nonprofit groups that guide the growth of the Trail to help with consistency, funding, and a vision.  The Montana Natural History Center, based in Missoula, serves as the coordinating nonprofit organization. 

Current Chair of the MBNT Committee:

John C. Carlson, wildlife biologist
Bureau of Land Management

Glasgow Field Station
P.O. Box 871
605 2nd Ave. South,  Room 206
Glasgow, MT 59230

(406) 228-3762
fax - (406) 228-3751

john_carlson@blm.gov 
 

Mission:

The Montana Birding & Nature Trail Steering Committee coordinates the development and promotion of a statewide birding and nature trail system that provides sustainable economic benefits to local communities and promotes conservation and stewardship of Montana’s biological diversity