N.D. Game And Fish Reports Decline In Deer Kill

This won’t come as any surprise to most North Dakota deer hunters, but the Game and Fish Department today said the deer kill last fall was down from previous years. In a news release, the department said 95,000 deer hunters shot more than 49,000 deer for a 51 percent success rate. That’s down from 64…
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Saying Goodbye To Winter

Yikes! What happened to winter? It still looked like winter Saturday morning when I left town for an overnight trip to the getaway in northern Minnesota, but the steadily rising temperature suggested the snow that was so late in coming would be making a quick getaway. I decided to take advantage of the weather and…
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Agassiz Audubon Society Receives $1,100 Grant For Community Nest Watch Project

Chimney swifts and other insect-eating birds in northwest Minnesota will be getting a boost from an $1,100 grant the Agassiz Audubon Society in Warren, Minn., is receiving from the Minnesota Ornithologists Union. The Minneapolis-based organization announced the grant last week, and the money will support the Audubon Society’s new “Community Nest Watch” project. “The grant…
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N.D., Minnesota Officials Urge Speedy Fish House Removal

With warm weather in the forecast, officials in North Dakota and Minnesota are urging anglers to get their fish houses off the ice as soon as possible. In the southern half of Minnesota, permanent fish houses were required to be off the ice March 5. In a news release, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources…
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NWTF Offers Nonresident N.D. Spring Turkey Tag By Auction

If you’re a North Dakota nonresident looking to hunt wild turkeys in North Dakota this spring, here’s your chance to take advantage of one-of-its-kind opportunity. North Dakota, the only state with a spring turkey season that isn’t open to nonresidents, has donated one of the nonresident permits to the National Wild Turkey Federation. In a…
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