NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND pronghorn lottery held
North Dakotas pronghorn lottery has been held andindividual resultsare available online at the State Game and Fish Departments website,gf.nd.gov.
A total of 250 licenses were available in unit 4A, th... Posted on 8/19/14 at 3:03 PM
STAFF BLOG OUTDOORS WITH SAM COOK Wisconsin announces duck season framework, new crossbow season
Wisconsin duck hunters will have a 60-day season opening Sept. 27, the Department of Natural Resources announced today . Waterfowl breeding populations in 2014 are mostly good to excellent in Wisconsi... Posted on 8/13/14 at 10:04 AM
STAFF BLOG SOUTH DAKOTA OUTDOOR ADVENTURES Saving the tundra by controlling snow geese
Some of you may have seen today's article about snow goose populations in North America in The Daily Republic. While light goose overpopulation certainly isn't a new problem as a conservation has been... Posted on 3/14/12 at 8:48 AM
STAFF BLOG WILDWINGS What to do?
Canada geese are again in the news (StatemanJournal.com)out in the land of relatives, Oregon. For reasons which are largely unknown, part of the Alaska-breeding flock has taken to wintering in the Wil... Posted on 11/10/10 at 1:58 PM
STAFF BLOG NORTHLAND OUTDOORS Pheasant hunting tips
According to a DNR wildlife research biologist, pheasants follow a schedule as routine as your daily commute to and from work. Understanding the pheasant's daily movements can increase your odds of fl... Posted on 9/16/10 at 8:50 AM
In the land of game fish and wildlife there have been success stories.
The Canada goose was almost gone and now their numbers have reached a point where they are becoming a nuisance in many places.
There is more deer and elk on the continent today than at any other time in modern history.
When we do things right we can make a big difference.
It’s unfortunate, however, that when it comes to game, fish and wildlife we don’t do it right more often.
Tim Kessler readily admits South Dakota's pheasant hunting is at a critical point in state history.
"We're getting close to a tipping point in habitat going too far the wrong direction, and if we get too severe of a loss, our pheasant numbers will be too far down to rebuild," said Kessler, a member of Pheasants Forever's National Board of Directors. "We've lost 1.5 million acres of grassland in South Dakota since our height in the mid-2000s because of conversion to cropland. If we continue to have that kind of loss in grass, it will make it extremely hard to have the pheasants to come back.”
HUDSON, Wis. - Caitlin Cravens is not your average trapshooter.
In fact, the scrawny, 11-year-old marksman distorts the average impression of a trapshooter.
Cravens, who recently scored a 171 out of 200 at nationals in Illinois, will be joining the Hudson High School shooting team, the Raiders, as a sixth-grader.
As a fourth-grader, Shawna Pantzke joined the Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever National Youth Leadership Council.
She was the youngest member when she joined in 2008 and she is the only council member to serve two terms.
DULUTH -- The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources on Thursday announced the state’s 2014 wolf hunting and trapping season, adding 500 additional licenses over last year’s total and increasing the number of wolves that can be killed by nearly 14 percent.
The Twin Ports Walleye Association will hold a summer walleye fishing league with contests on Tuesday at Fish Lake Reservoir, July 29 on Island Lake, Aug. 5 at Rice Lake and Aug. 19 on the St. Louis River.
Wet weather in May and June likely will put a damper on ruffed grouse production across parts of the bird’s range in Minnesota, but the hatch appears to be pretty good at one of the largest wildlife management areas in the state.
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