NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND 2014 youth deer season
Friday, Sept. 19 at noonsignals the start of a nine-and-a-half-day deer hunting season for youth ages 12-15.
Licensed residents ages 12 and 13, and 11-year-olds who turn age 12 in 2014, are allowed t... Posted on 9/15/14 at 6:11 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 10:33 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 12:56 PM
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 12:43 PM
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 11:02 AM
Q. It is not uncommon to find antlers lying on the forest floor in the spring. Why do buck deer, bull moose and other antlered species shed their antlers?
A. Annual cycles in deer antlers are related to the changing seasons. Deer have adapted their physiology and behavior to respond to seasonal changes, including antler growth and shedding.
UND is taking applications from bow hunters interested in one of five archery deer permits available again this fall on 160 acres of land the university owns along the Forest River northwest of Inkster, N.D.
WEST FARGO, N.D. -- A new law that requires a North Dakota driver’s license number or state-issued photo identification number for most people to buy a resident hunting or fishing license took effect April 1.
ather remains the biggest influence on mule deer production in western North Dakota, but results from a two-year study commissioned by the state Game and Fish Department show coyotes and oil development also play roles in areas where both factors are present.
The North Dakota Game and Fish Department and South Dakota’s Department of Game, Fish and Parks are partnering on a two-year study to monitor 150 whitetail does with radio collars in southwest North Dakota and northwest South Dakota.
Now, as the DNR’s wildlife section chief and at a time in Minnesota’s history when the deer population is neither particularly high nor low, Paul Telander answers questions about Minnesota’s deer population.
The North Dakota Game and Fish Department has scheduled eight public meetings in February to discuss deer management in the state. Department officials will present an overview of the current deer population and prospects for the future.
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