Approximately 1,500 to 2,000 pronghorn live in the Madison Valley. How do we know? Because the Montana Dept. of Fish, Wildlife and Parks (FWP) conducts regular surveys of wildlife. Last week FWP wildlife biologist Julie Cunningham surveyed three pronghorn herds on the west side of the Madison River.
Housing prices are going up and inventory is going down across the Ruby and Madison Valleys.
The Madison Valley has experienced a huge jump in prices from 2019-2020 while the Ruby Valley felt a more modest increase from 2018-2020 due to more limited inventory.
Cory Hardy has been in the Madison Valley for 11 years after leaving the Bozeman area to come back to what he considers to be the most beautiful places on earth. “I’ve always loved the esthetics here in the valley and believe it to be one of the most gorgeous places in the world.”