Rusty Blackbird Seems To Be Slipping Away

Mike JacobsOctober 16, 2016
Ruffed grouse in North Dakota are limited to aspen forests in the northeast and north-central parts of the state. Populations remain low, but the birds are in an upward cycle, the Game and Fish Department says.

photo by Craig Bihrle, ND Game and Fish

Out Of The Classroom, Into The Field; Mentored Grouse Hunts Accelerate Learning Curve For New Hunters

Sam CookOctober 16, 2016
Drumming counts were up 18 percent this spring across Minnesota's ruffed grouse range, but production remains the wild card going into Saturday's opener. Heavy rains early in the summer likely will have a negative impact on bird numbers in localized areas. (Sam Cook, Forum News Service)

Grouse Hunting Success Remains Mixed In MN, WI As Leaves Come Down

Sam CookOctober 16, 2016
Stands of charred pine that was too small to salvage offers a striking contrast to the ground vegetation awash in fall color in an area affected by the 2015 Palsburg Fire in Beltrami Island State Forest. (Brad Dokken photo)

A Minnesota Forest On The Rebound: Palsburg Fire Changed Beltrami Island State Forest But Salvage Operations Mostly Are Done

Brad DokkenOctober 16, 2016
Walleyedan Eigen (right) celebrates a day in the woods with Kevin Bommersbach during the DAV deer hunt at Camp Ripley last week.
Submitted photo

Walleyedan: Walleyes And White Tails On The Menu

Walleyedan EigenOctober 11, 2016

South Dakota Trapper Works To Ensure Future Of Beloved Outdoor Sport, Southwest Minnesota Brewing Company Benefiting Wildlife One Beer At A Time

Forum News ServiceOctober 11, 2016

Big Bulls, Big Adventure; Massive Bull Moose Highlight Alaskan Hunting Trip

Brad DokkenOctober 9, 2016

New Game Importation Rule Will Affect Taxidermists, Meat Processors

Sam CookOctober 9, 2016
Spoon, a black Lab owned by Bobby Clover of Hibbing, Minn., returns to the duck blind with a wigeon during a morning of hunting on Lake of the Woods near Morson, Ontario, on Oct. 4. Sam Cook / Forum News Service

Hunters In The Take ’Em Club Put Lots Of Effort Into Their Duck Hunting, And It Usually Pays Off

Sam CookOctober 9, 2016
North Dakota pheasant hunters will find pockets of good hunting opportunities this fall -- especially in areas that escaped the summer's barrage of hail and heavy rains. The state's pheasant season opens Saturday, Oct. 8. (N.D. Game and Fish Department photo)

Early-Season Strategies Important To Pheasant Hunters

Sam CookOctober 9, 2016
White Earth Tribal Chairman Terry Tibbetts was given a great gift of this eagle feather headdress at his inaugeration ceremony in July. The eagle is important in Ojibwe culture.

Eagles Fly High Even After Death; National Eagle Repository Supplies Feathers To Native Americans

Nathan BoweOctober 9, 2016
(N.D. Game and Fish Department photo)

Deer Licenses Pose Dilemma

Brad DokkenOctober 6, 2016

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