South Ranch CE Wildlife Conservation Easement

South Ranch CE
Archery and rifle seasons for elk (permit only), mule deer, white-tailed deer, and antelope are open to licensed hunters. Upland bird hunting opportunities exist for sharp-tailed grouse and sage grouse.
  1. The South Ranch cattle operation utilizes approximately 152,000 acres of state, federal, and privately held sagebrush/grassland habitat in the Missouri River breaks of southwestern Valley County. The CE applies technically to 19,000 acres but a management plan has been developed jointly for the larger area by the Page-Whitham Ranch, FWP, the BLM, and the Dept. of State Lands. Elk, mule deer, antelope, prairie grouse, and small mammals are present year-round. A variety of raptors, songbirds, and waterfowl are present spring through fall.
Region 6
Latitude/Longitude: 47.78825 -107.18034
Size: 18,172.5 acres
Elevation: 2,851 ft
Open: Jan 1 to Dec 31
Take State Highway 24 south from Glasgow 9 miles to Willow Creek Road turnoff, continue south for 3 miles, then turn west and drive 31 miles to South Ranch entrance.

 Location Map

No Site Fees.

No Facilities listed.

Wildlife Viewing
Mule Deer
Sage Grouse
Sharp-tailed Grouse
White-tailed Deer