On a tour of the center, you can see people working on research of fish cultural techniques, fish diseases, fish-fed development and testing, broodstock diet testing, and fishery management. Technical assistance in these areas is provided to federal and state fisheries agencies and the private sector throughout the United States.
Current work includes involvement in the restoration of the Pallid Sturgen, recovery of the Arctic Grayling from Montana's Big Hole River and Cutthroat Trout. Tours are available (after 4/15/2004), so call for more information.
At the Bozeman Fish Technology Center there is a charming 1/2 mile nature loop along Bridger Creek, pond and picnic tables.
Directions: Bozeman Fish Technology Center is located off Highway 86 northeast of Bozeman. Take exit 306 off I-90 and turn north. Go to the second light and turn right onto Griffin (there is a sign on the left - 4 miles). Follow Griffin to the stop sign and turn left onto Highway 86. Follow Highway 86 to signs and turn right. Station location is across from the white letter 'M' on the hillside. Signs are 1/4 mile away and at the turn.
Bozeman Fish Technology Center
US Fish and Wildlife Service, Bozeman, MT 59715
- Wildlife Viewing
- Air Conditioning
- Handicapped Accessible
- Public Restroom