NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND geese are getting closer
Latest word is a few birds showing around the SD/NE border, so let's get the nuts and bolts taken care of.
North Dakotas spring light goose season opens Feb. 15 and continues through May 18.
Reside... Posted on 3/12/14 at 9:22 AM
STAFF BLOG WILDWINGS Noooooo!
I guess it's only fair. I have acquired a few life birds "in the mail," as it is said, I suppose it's only fitting that some would be taken away in the same fashion.
The posting on the ABA's blog two... Posted on 5/7/13 at 3:00 PM
STAFF BLOG NORTHLAND OUTDOORS Pheasant hunting tips
According to a DNR wildlife research biologist, pheasants follow a schedule as routine as your daily commute to and from work. Understanding the pheasant's daily movements can increase your odds of fl... Posted on 9/16/10 at 8:50 AM
STAFF BLOG THE WANNABE BIRDER Teenage starlings
An extended family of starlings blew in with Monday's gale.
The clan includes a number of juveniles -- one can tell from their grayish-brown color, slightly smaller and plumper stature and behavior.
... Posted on 6/9/09 at 6:45 AM
A painful chapter in northwest Minnesota deer hunting and wildlife management came to an end this past week when the Department of Natural Resources declared bovine tuberculosis appears to have been eradicated from the region’s deer herd.
Urging fast action to curb human-caused greenhouse gases, a group of Minnesota hunters and anglers recently warned that a warming climate already is affecting fish and wildlife across the United States and in their home state.
UPDATE: Department of Natural Resources area wildlife managers Tom Rusch at Tower and Rich Staffon at Cloquet said deer registrations were down an average of 38 percent and 34 percent in their work areas, respectively.
WORTHINGTON — Do you remember when you could go to the local café or drive-in and they all had fountain pop? There were half a dozen different kinds of pop and the number of combinations was endless. I remember that if you filled your glass of ice with many different flavors, you got what was called a suicide. No two tasted the same and I don’t think very many of them tasted any good at all.
WORTHINGTON — There was a little kid who once said his favorite place to play was in the house because that was where all of the electrical outlets were. It seems to be a sign of the times, but if you can get away from the outlets, you just might see and experience things that will just make you smile and wonder.
WORTHINGTON — When it comes to the outdoors, wildlife and habitat, I think I am a pretty intense guy. I take great effort to try to stay knowledgeable about the issues that affect my wildlife passions, and use this information to inform others and allow them to become more knowledgeable as well. I can do that in this column and at a wide variety of functions I attend across the state and across the nation.
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