Disabled Veterans To Hunt Deer Thursday And Friday At Camp Grafton

The annual deer hunt for disabled veterans is scheduled for Thursday and Friday at Camp Grafton near Devils Lake. Seven veterans have registered for this year’s hunt, the North Dakota National Guard said in a news release. The late Col. Dean Hildebrand initiated the hunt more than 20 years ago to provide a hunting opportunity…
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‘Too Many Timber Wolves’

Ron Larson of Roseau, Minn., sent me a couple of trail camera photos that I thought were worth sharing. The first shows a dandy whitetail buck that showed up on one of Larson’s trail cameras earlier this fall on his hunting land northwest of Wannaska, Minn., and the second image is a timber wolf the…
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Minnesota Deer Kill Down

It’s hardly surprising, given the anecdotal reports I heard from opening weekend, but the deer kill after the first three days of season in Minnesota was down about 19 percent from last year. Hunters had registered about 73,000 deer after the first three days, compared with 91,000 last year. Wildlife managers attributed the high winds…
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N.D. Approaches Early Season Lion Quota In Zone 1

North Dakota hunters now have shot nine mountain lions in Zone 1 in the southwestern part of the state. In a news release, the state Game and Fish Department this morning said the ninth mountain lion was taken Tuesday. If hunters shoot one more cat in Zone 1, the early season quota of 10 will…
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Polar Bear Cam

From the “This is really cool” department comes this item I discovered last night while perusing the Winnipeg Free Press website. The Free Press reported that Frontier North Adventures, which offers guided “tundra buggy” tours for visitors seeking to view polar bears near Churchill, Man., has partnered with Polar Bears International and a group called…
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