NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND positive CWD test
mule deer taken from unit 3F2 during the deer gun season has tested positive for chronic wasting disease.
Dr. Dan Grove, North Dakota Game and Fish Department wildlife veterinarian, said a hunter sho... Posted on 12/9/13 at 9:05 AM
STAFF BLOG SOUTH DAKOTA OUTDOOR ADVENTURES Firearms deer season in full swing
As most of you know, rifle season for eastern South Dakota deer opened up last weekend. My father, brother and I did some hunting around Iroquois and found some good success. My dad took awarrior of a... Posted on 11/22/11 at 9:33 AM
STAFF BLOG OUTDOORS WITH SAM COOK Buck near Ashland tests positive for CWD
According to the blog of Paul A. Smith on Friday, outdoors editor for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, a whitetail buck on a shooting preserve near Ashland has tested positive for CWD (Chronic Wasting ... Posted on 11/13/10 at 11:56 AM
THE VIEW FROM THE EDGE OF TOWN Men and Women's Deer Camps
As I have mentioned previously, I am working on the media segment of the Governors Deer Opener in Little Falls, Minnesota this November. It is a wonderful experience and I look forward to it each year... Posted on 11/1/10 at 11:43 AM
STAFF BLOG NORTHLAND OUTDOORS Taxing the deer stand?
Randall, Minn. - Jeff Hardy's got a deer stand on 40 acres of land in northwestern Morrison County, but it may not be there much longer.
That's because the county wants him to pay property taxes on i... Posted on 8/13/10 at 10:02 AM
Hope Lyberg, 13, Humboldt, Minn., shared this story of a deer hunting trip in northwest Minnesota with her cousin, Ruthie Finney, 11, Lancaster, Minn., and their grandpa, Greg Wilson, also of Lancaster. The girls are home-schooled, with Lyberg in the seventh grade and Finney a sixth-grader.
Nancy Hvinden of Thompson shared this tale of shooting her first deer Nov. 8, the opening afternoon of North Dakota’s deer gun season.
I’m a 61-year-old grandmother and shot my first deer on this year’s North Dakota opener.
PARK RAPIDS — In April a forest fire blazed through 7,100 acres south of Park Rapids. The fire destroyed a handful of buildings and altered the natural landscape and the animals that called that landscape home.
State Game and Fish Department biologists conduct a variety of studies every year. The familiar ones are those that provide counts or indexes that factor into season setting and limits, and also set hunter and angler expectations.
I joined Mitch Haaby of Roseau, Minn., earlier this month for a story about collecting antler sheds. My goal wasn’t to write a “how-to” or “where-to” story about hunting for fallen antlers — enough people are scouring the woods already — but instead to tell a story about Haaby’s passion for deer hunting and how collecting antler sheds helps prepare him for hunting season.
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