NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND Results in from 2012 WCSIA variety trials
BISMARCK, N.D. This years winter wheat variety trials show that early summer heat may have done more good than harm for this years crop in North Dakota and South Dakota. According to Ducks Un... Posted on 10/16/12 at 3:42 PM
STAFF BLOG WILDWINGS When emotion trumps science
My buddy, biologistDoug L., penned a column recently decrying the old accepted practice of supplemental feeding. It spoke mainly to us in North Dakota with reference to deer and pheasants and made a p... Posted on 1/28/11 at 5:16 AM
STAFF BLOG NORTHLAND OUTDOORS Wetlands Enhancement Measure Passes Senate
Ducks Unlimited: bill will improve wetlands restoration projects across North America
WASHINGTON – March 10, 2010 – The U.S. Senate has unanimously passed a bill to enhance the North Amer... Posted on 4/14/10 at 2:34 AM
Pheasant numbers indeed seem to be down. That’s what South Dakota Game, Fish & Parks Department conservation officers said in interviews with The Daily Republic following the three-day, resident-only pheasant season that concluded Monday
The Pioneer Heritage Conservation Trust (PHCT), Evansville, is hosting a wildlife habitat tour on Saturday, April 30.
Those interested in going on the tour will meet at the Evansville School parking lot on the south side of the building.
When people tell me they aren’t seeing birds, I ask whether there’s been any change in the environment, a hedge removed, for example, a grassy area mowed, a tree cut down. Shelter is important for birds. It offers concealment.
Next Thursday, Viking Sportsmen, Inc. will host its 25th annual Viking Sportsmen Club fundraising banquet. Most people have probably heard of this club and maybe even attended an event the group has been a part of, such as the annual Ice Fishing Challenge or perhaps the Junior Viking Sportsmen Habitat Day.
Here’s a question to ponder across the back fence or over a cup of coffee as all the major hunting seasons except deer gun get into full swing: When it comes to hunting success, what’s more important, habitat or access?
Supporters of Minnesota's latest constitutional amendment raising the state sales tax are showing what the money will do. Environmental and outdoors groups visit St. Paul, Duluth and Rochester today to talk about projects that will go ahead with sales tax money, including cleanup of the Mississippi and Minnesota rivers.
For some reason, when North Dakota is singled out as a benchmark in agriculture or wind energy potential, few people discount or argue our place as a leader. After trying to find the perfect May day to cast a line or steer clear of white caps, who can deny the wind?
And, if you spend any time outside city limits, you’ll quickly realize how agriculture is king in North Dakota.
By Doug Leier, North Dakota Outdoors
May 08, 2009
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