NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND South Dakota spring snow goose update
03/28/2013:NW Hand 3, SW Hand 9, NE Hand 3, SE Hand 3: Last night approximately 100,000- 150,000snow geese moved into the Collins Slough GPA area in Hand County and there are about 10,000 snow geese i... Posted on 3/29/13 at 1:39 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 Minnesotaâ€™s pheasant index remains unchanged from 2009
Minnesotas pheasant index remains unchanged from 2009 but is 22 percent below the 10-year average, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR).
Contributing factors to the below-... Posted on 9/10/10 at 11:48 AM
One of Mother Nature’s most well-known predators — the coyote — became the prey of choice for hunters this weekend, as they scoured southwest North Dakota during the 11th annual North Dakota Coyote Classic in Dickinson.
The North Dakota Game and Fish Department conducted its annual spring mule deer survey in April and results indicate western North Dakota’s mule deer population has decreased for the fourth consecutive year.
When a person hears about a fox hunt, one naturally thinks about a bunch of people riding around on their thoroughbred horses wearing red or black jackets with jodhpurs following a pack of hounds chasing a fox. This usually also entails a bit of champagne drinking and a few nut cases from PETA complaining about everything.
MEDORA, N.D. — More than 13,000 people in 38 states have volunteered to shoot elk this fall at Theodore Roosevelt National Park in western North Dakota.
"We knew we'd get a bunch," spokeswoman Eileen Andes said Monday, but the overwhelming response "is surprising."
The mentored turkey hunt for youths began nine years ago in Minnesota, and is made possible by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources and volunteers with the National Wild Turkey Federation. In Renville County, members of the local Pheasant’s Forever chapter also assisted as volunteers.
BIRCH COULEE COUNTY PARK, RENVILLE COUNTY — Twelve-year-old Reece DeVries of Minneapolis had never hunted turkey.
Tom Ferguson of Lakeville had never played the role of guide and mentor to a young hunter.
The combination proved to be the right one last Saturday in southern Renville County.
CLINTON, N.J. (AP) — In a wooded area up a dirt road off an interstate highway, Jamie Cap peers down the sight of his new shotgun at a target about 40 yards away. He adjusts the angle by nudging a toggle switch, then fires.
A South American exchange student here in the Northland has bagged his first buck. Tomás Landerer of Santiago, Chile, an exchange student at Ashland High School, shot the deer near Moquah, in Bayfield County, while hunting with his host father Dave Martinsen of Ashland.
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