NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND spring snow goose update
As predicted alot changed in the past week. I noted the thin snowcover without much to effort it wouldn't last long once spring arrived. While snow extended to the South Dakota & Nebraska border i... Posted on 3/14/14 at 6:55 PM
THE VIEW FROM THE EDGE OF TOWN It's Holiday Time
If we all could take a minute away from personal attacks, maybe we could focus...even for a second...on something much more important.
I would like to take this time, to focus on somet... Posted on 11/12/13 at 5:12 PM
STAFF BLOG WILDWINGS Reverberations far and wide
A recent decision by U.S. District Court judge Daniel Hovland might very well ring much more broadly than injust our little corner of the world. The issue was whether oil companies operating in North ... Posted on 1/20/12 at 7:05 AM
STAFF BLOG OUTDOORS WITH SAM COOK This sharptail was wired
While hunting sharp-tailed grouse last week near Stanley, N.D., an unusual thing happened to me. I was alone with my yellow Lab, Lucy, hunting a portion of Lostwood National Wildlife Refuge, a vast ... Posted on 9/27/10 at 11:54 AM
STAFF BLOG CHEF JEFF Spaghetti Meat Sauce and Homemade Pasta
I've discovered that hunting and pasta go together. I'm sure the same could be true for any outdoor activity that makes a person work up an appetite that only pasta can come close to safisfying.
When ... Posted on 10/28/09 at 4:41 AM
Whether it’s the same critter that spent a few days across the road from Don and Leann Wikert’s place near Thorhult, Minn., last fall is difficult to say for sure, but a pronghorn antelope is still turning heads in northwest Minnesota.
GRASSY BUTTE, N.D. — North Dakota’s bighorn sheep herd grew by 24 animals this month, with the relocation of two young rams and 22 ewes from the site of a coal mine near Jasper National Park in western Alberta.
Forty cow moose in northwest North Dakota will be sporting some pricey new neckwear later this winter when the state Game and Fish Department and the University of Mary in Bismarck team up to fit the animals with GPS collars.
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.
FARGO – Call them the Ice Pack.
Even though the temperature was 16 degrees below zero and the wind chill factor was minus 41, the wolves at the Red River Zoo romped in the snow Monday like a bunch of spring chickens.
My short-term memory is sharp enough to recall that the 2013 winter lasted a little too long for my liking, and unless April cross-country skiing or snowmobiling are a draw, I’d suggest ice anglers had plenty of time from last December through March to give way to spring.
2013 had plenty of upside, including the eradication of bovine tuberculosis in northwest Minnesota that had created problems for cattle producers and hunters alike. Fishing was also good in both Minnesota and North Dakota.
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