Montana Hunters for Eagle Conservation

The Challenge

Bald and golden eagles face many risks, including electrocutions, collisions, and lead poisoning. Minimizing the number of eagle deaths caused by any one source is essential to maintain the eagle populations in Montana.

The Opportunity

Hunters can reduce the occurrence of lead poisoning in eagles by using non-lead ammunition. For this effort, we are offering eligible hunters in Montana one $20 voucher to offset the cost of one box of factory non-lead ammunition or one box of bullets for reloading used in common rifle calibers for big game hunting. Vouchers are limited.

Who is Eligible?

All Montana residents are eligible for one $20 voucher, however, residents of Park, Sweet Grass, Gallatin, or Madison Counties will receive priority.

Where can the Vouchers be Used?

Vouchers can be used at More stores will be added soon.
Residents of Madison, Gallatin, Park, and Sweet Grass Counties are will receive priority for these vouchers.
All Montana residents are eligible.

Non-Lead Ammo Shooting Demonstration

On June 11, 2022 from 10am to 2pm at Park County Rod & Gun Club in Livingston Montana, hunters joined us for a shooting demonstration to see for yourself the performance of both lead and non-lead ammo. Learn more about this event and see photos here.

Conservation Science Global, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, founded in 2016 to advance conservation and management of our natural resources through science and education.