In true form of human nature, if you ask three people the same question, there’s a fair chance you’ll get three different answers, even if there’s a common theme.
The Dickinson Press, 10/11/2012
Check the annals of Lewis and Clark during their time in what is now North Dakota, and you’ll find references to native grouse, elk and pronghorn, and even about 10 entries related to grizzly bear. Don’t believe me?
The Dickinson Press, 10/04/2012
As a game warden and then an outreach biologist serving North Dakota’s most populated county and two of the five largest cities over the past 15 years, fall hunting seasons keep me hopping. From answering questions and taking care of licensing issues, especially as deer season approaches, I sometimes feel like an accountant during tax season.
The Dickinson Press, 09/27/2012
Throughout a few decades of hunting on my own and also working for the North Dakota Game and Fish Department, I’ve heard many stories relating to hunting access, and I’ve also experienced a few.
The Dickinson Press, 09/19/2012
I’ve written extensively on the rich diversity of natural resources that make North Dakota a great place to live if you like the outdoors, or even if you don’t.
The Dickinson Press, 09/13/2012
If you hunt or fish, chances are you take pictures of your catch or bag. It’s easy these days because small cameras or mobile phones capable of taking photos and video are convenient to bring along, and the automatic settings are almost fool-proof.
The Dickinson Press, 09/06/2012
With the close of summer, you’ll notice a swing from fishing rods to shotguns, when, for the next two months, every day is one day closer to the next hunting season. For many, it’s a seamless and welcome transition, even if the tradeoff means we’re one step closer to winter.
The Dickinson Press, 08/29/2012
I’ve joked with many hunters over the years that North Dakota really does have two seasons — in season and preseason.
The Dickinson Press, 08/23/2012
Throughout the years I’ve been writing, I’ve continued to highlight the Conservation Reserve Program, and for good reason. It’s not by sheer accident that North Dakota’s wildlife populations have experienced a contemporary revival that rivals most hunters’ recollections of “the good old days.”
The Dickinson Press, 08/16/2012
Even though I couldn’t squeak more than a “C” out of college calculus, I’ve always enjoyed thinking through complex questions. It’s the easy ones that sometimes seem to trip me up.
The Dickinson Press, 08/09/2012
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