NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND May Highlights Safe Boating
A public awareness campaign held annually in May emphasizes the need for boaters to wears life jackets.
Nancy Boldt, boat and water safety coordinator for the North Dakota Game and Fish Depar... Posted on 5/22/13 at 9:18 AM
STAFF BLOG SIOUX FOOTBALL INSIDER Odds and Ends
The first unofficial FCS preseason poll has come out for the 2012 season.AnyGivenSaturday, a website/forum devoted to FCS football, came out with their poll recently and the North Dakota Fighting Siou... Posted on 5/31/12 at 9:19 AM
THE NEW FORTY Ghana revisited...
Long time readers may recall me writing about a trip I took to Ghana a couple of yearsback. I went there as part of the North Dakota National Guard's State Partnership Program (SPP). TheSPP partners t... Posted on 4/14/11 at 8:45 PM
RINK AND RUN Adam Goucher, Lloyd Young
As Olympians Kara and Adam Goucher await the arrival of their first child Sept. 29 in Portland, Ore., Adam is considering what may be left in his professional running career.
Writer Doug Binder of th... Posted on 8/20/10 at 1:54 PM
The delay of the Keystone XL pipeline’s approval and completion is forcing distributors to take larger discounts than usual, according to a report from the North Dakota Department of Mineral Resources in Bismarck.
In the early 1980s trapping fox, coyotes, badgers, muskrat and a bonus mink did more than just pay for gas. Fur prices were strong and fox outnumbered coyotes to the point where a coyote pelt brought a nice reward, and the intense hunting and trapping effort helped keep numbers in check as well.
Good news for North Dakota deer hunters this year is that the Sportsmen Against Hunger venison donation program is back in full operation.
Last year, the program only accepted deer donated by bowhunters, because of concerns over the possibility of lead particles from bullets remaining in processed venison.
The past few years, North Dakota Game and Fish Department biologists have continued to stress that the loss of Conservation Reserve Program grasslands, combined with a tough winter, would accelerate a reduction in pheasant numbers that hunters would notice within a year.
Here’s a question to ponder across the back fence or over a cup of coffee as all the major hunting seasons except deer gun get into full swing: When it comes to hunting success, what’s more important, habitat or access?
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