Governor commits to action on pheasant habitat: New fund for conservation among task force's recommendations
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. -- Presented with a set of recommendations, Gov. Dennis Daugaard on Tuesday committed to taking action to improve the pheasant population in South Dakota. Daugaard spoke with various officials and members of the media Tuesday at the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Department's Outdoor Campus in Sioux Falls. He announced several new initiatives aimed at improving pheasant habitat in the state, including the creation of a fund dedicated to providing money directly to conservation.RELATED CONTENT
DEVILS LAKE, N.D. -- Mark Fisher says he’s never seen as many ducks before breeding season as he did that rainy, early May day this past spring in the Devils Lake Basin. A biologist for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in Devils Lake, Fisher was returning to Devils Lake after completing a waterfowl count.RELATED CONTENT
GRAND RAPIDS -- Members of the Minnesota Deer Hunters Association are being asked to log their observations of deer and other wildlife while they hunt this fall.
GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- For Randy Kreil, the decision to retire and the reasons for retiring are intensely personal, but the now-former wildlife chief of the North Dakota Game and Fish Department says it came down to this: Life is short.RELATED CONTENT
WEST FARGO, N.D. -- Like a lot of people my age and older, my early impression of a wildlife professional was the Marlon Perkins/Jim Fowler “Wild Kingdom” type that millions of people got to see them working directly with wild animals in exotic places.
Mistakes lead to reprint of South Dakota hunting handbook: 250,000 copies cost about $32,500 to print, contained incorrect information
MITCHELL, S.D. -- The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Department will pay to reprint 250,000 copies of this year's hunting handbook because of mistakes in its annual publication.RELATED CONTENT
Here’s a look at ruffed grouse, sharptail, Hungarian partridge and woodcock regulations in North Dakota and Minnesota
A late spring and a wet June didn’t drown the prospects for ruffed grouse across the birds’ range in Minnesota, wildlife managers say, but some areas will be better than others this fall.RELATED CONTENT
Sharp-tailed grouse numbers in North Dakota again are moving in the right direction after a big drop last year.RELATED CONTENT
Fishing guides of Lake Vermilion take 46 veterans fishing to thank them for their service TOWER, Minn. — Jim Charles of Tower served with the Navy in the Atlantic during World War II, patrolling for enemy submarines.RELATED CONTENT