STAFF BLOG NORTHLAND OUTDOORS Deer crashes Bengal fan's Sunday
LIMA, Ohio — A man in Ohio said he had to do some running of his own while watching football on TV when a deer came crashing in through a window. Jeff Berger said he managed to get out of the wa... Posted on 12/2/09 at 3:14 AM
TWO HARBORS, Minn. — With thunder and rage and couch-sized chunks of ice, the Gooseberry River shook off the bulk of its winter mantle Friday afternoon — to the delight of awestruck visitors lining its sun-dappled banks at Gooseberry Falls State Park.
Getting to see a bear up close and personal in the wild is something few people have experienced.
But those who visit Fairfield native Clint Hlebechuk’s Hallo Bay Bear Camp will have the experience of a lifetime. Unfortunately, not everyone can travel to Alaska and experience the wilderness near Katmai National Park.
Pheasants, ducks, geese, deer and other game animals get much of the wildlife press in North Dakota, but if publicity was based on numbers alone, the state’s “other” wildlife would capture the headlines more frequently.
A LONG THE BRULE RIVER — The thermometer fell to 14 degrees in the valley here Saturday morning, but Derek Leslie of Superior didn’t mind. Leslie got his spot near Co-op Hole around midnight to make sure he had a decent place to fish for the opening of the Brule River trout season.
WEST FARGO, N.D. -- I’ve always enjoyed the arrival of spring. I’ve lived in a number of towns and areas in just about every corner of North Dakota, and whether it’s Williston, Bottineau, Bismarck or West Fargo, each has its own special draw.
Bill Eno says he’s been selling fun at Twin Pines Resort on Mille Lacs Lake for the past 19 years. Anglers have been coming to the resort he owns near Garrison, Minn., to catch the storied lake’s walleyes.
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Monday: Listening session on deer management and populations hosted by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources and Minnesota Deer Hunters Association, 7 to 9 p.m., Bemidji High School Auditorium, 2900 Division St. W.
Whether it’s the same critter that spent a few days across the road from Don and Leann Wikert’s place near Thorhult, Minn., last fall is difficult to say for sure, but a pronghorn antelope is still turning heads in northwest Minnesota.
GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- Branden Bartholomew has enjoyed some memorable hunting trips, including moose in Alaska, but the Grand Forks man says it will be difficult to top the bighorn sheep hunt he experienced last September along the Missouri River Breaks of north-central Montana.
FARGO – Biologists are concerned that a proposed power transmission line that would skirt the southern Killdeer Mountains in western North Dakota could disrupt nesting habitat for protected golden eagles.
So it has been for years, on a nice winter weekend day, hundreds of people, photographers and nature enthusiasts still flock to Hudson to have a close encounter our winter flock of trumpeter swans. They are North America’s heaviest native bird and for the most part they are “the largest surviving waterfowl species on earth.”
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