NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND snow goose migration update
Update Date: April11
As expected with the recent mild weather conditions, a major movement of snow geese is occurring in the state. Birds have been observed from the Canadian border to South Da... Posted on 4/11/14 at 1:39 PM
STAFF BLOG SOUTH DAKOTA OUTDOOR ADVENTURES August Goose Management Take
Here is a link to my story about the August Goose Management Take. http://www.mitchellrepublic.com/event/article/id/55843/
There are a few points I really want to drive home about the season.
Firs... Posted on 8/15/11 at 9:48 AM
STAFF BLOG WILDWINGS They get there on their own
Peoplejust love statistics, especially kids. When it comes to critters they want to know which one is the biggest, smallest, smartest, fastest, most numerous, rarest of them all. One particulararea of... Posted on 6/19/11 at 6:04 AM
STAFF BLOG OUTDOORS WITH SAM COOK Goose hunting with Matt Keller
I had a chance to spend a morning with Matt Keller, who grew up in Grand Rapids and now makes his home in Bemidji, doing a field hunt for giant Canada geese near Fosston on Tuesday. Matt and his bro... Posted on 10/6/10 at 9:45 AM
STAFF BLOG NORTHLAND OUTDOORS DNR sets fall duck, goose seasons
St. Paul - Federal waterfowl frameworks would have allowed Minnesota hunters a daily bag limit of three wood ducks this fall.
The frameworks would have allowed them to kill two hen mallards a day. Bu... Posted on 8/20/10 at 2:48 PM
North Dakota’s early Canada goose season opens statewide Sunday, Aug. 15.
This year’s early season will have a daily limit of five Canada geese and a possession limit of 10. Shooting hours are one-half hour before sunrise to sunset daily. Limits and shooting hours are different from the regular season, as the proposed regular season bag limit is three daily and six in possession.
(WDAY TV) - A Thief River Falls man has a unique bragging right for being the best goose caller in America. Cory Loeffler (luff-ler) is the 2010 North American Goose Calling Champion.
He turns colorful acrylic rods into instruments that can fool a goose. Luffler first caught this water fowl fever after going hunting as a kid with his uncle. He now develops his own calls.
Probably, the birds most associated with Christmas are the goose and the partridge. Both of these traditions come to us from England — and in fact are among the few authentically English Christmas traditions in the United States. Most American Christmas traditions come from the Netherlands and northern Germany — Santa Claus, for instance, who is an outgrowth of a Dutch tradition.
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