NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND deadline is hours away for moose-elk-bighorn sheep
North Dakotas 2013 moose, elk and bighorn sheep proclamation is finalized and applications are available at the State Game and Fish Departments website. The deadline for applying is March 27.
A total... Posted on 3/27/13 at 9:00 AM
STAFF BLOG SOUTH DAKOTA OUTDOOR ADVENTURES Moose on the Loose
Hereisa photo submitted byreader,Anita Nicholson, of amooserunning a couple miles east of Mitchell by I-90. This same moose, a young bull,has been sightedaround a number of communities in the areaincl... Posted on 11/22/10 at 10:52 AM
STAFF BLOG OUTDOORS WITH SAM COOK Moose harvest similar to recent years
As the chart above shows, Minnesota hunters took 113 moose this year in the season that ran from Oct. 2-17. A total of 213 licenses were issued, putting the success rate at 53 percent, right on par ... Posted on 10/21/10 at 6:18 PM
STAFF BLOG NORTHLAND OUTDOORS Giant Moose Could Be New Ontario Archery Record
Dale Tucker, 35, of Sault Ste. Marie had no intentions of going moose hunting this past fall. But when the IT manager pulled a long-shot bull tag, he gathered up his hunting buddies, headed for Northw... Posted on 7/28/10 at 6:13 AM
DULUTH, Minn. — Minnesota’s beleaguered moose population has dropped nearly 14 percent over the past year, continuing a trend in decreasing population that began in 2005. The state’s lead moose research biologist believes it’s just a matter of time before one of the state’s most iconic species disappears from the landscape.
Moose populations are declining in Minnesota, where biologists and wildlife managers continue to search for solutions to reversing the trend, but the majestic animals are doing well on the prairies of North Dakota.
Volunteer instructors for North Dakota’s hunter education program were recognized Feb. 12 at the annual hunter education workshop and awards banquet in Bismarck for their contributions to teaching students the importance of hunter safety and ethics.
WESSINGTON SPRINGS — It’s common to see cattle roaming the prairie in Jerauld County.
A moose? Not so common.
But that’s precisely what South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Conservation Officer Michael Kavanagh witnessed Oct. 5. He spotted a young moose bull, he said, walking with some Black Angus cattle.
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