NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND good news on mule deer numbers
I said good news, not great news :)
The North Dakota Game and Fish Department conducted its annual spring mule deer survey in April and results indicate western North Dakotas mule deer population incr... Posted on 5/24/13 at 10:45 AM
OUTDOORS WITH SAN COOK Wisconsin wolf population drops slightly
After Wisconsins inaugural season of wolf hunting and trapping last fall, the states wolf population has declined only slightly.
The 2013 Wisconsin wolf count indicates there are a minimum of 809 to ... Posted on 5/6/13 at 2:52 PM
NEW PLATEAUS End of Extinction?
In the future, we might be able to worry about one less thing: extinction. This goes for species whose numbers are currently low, but also for those which no longer walk the earth.
Advances made now... Posted on 3/25/13 at 9:28 AM
STAFF BLOG THE AREA VOICES COMMUNITY Jamestown Sun wants your hunting blog!
The Jamestown Sun does a nice job highlighting Areavoices bloggers in a special way.
Each week they do a page of nothing but Areavoices blogs.
Right now editor Logan Adams is looking for blogs relat... Posted on 11/10/11 at 2:34 PM
IT'S GOOD TO BE IN ND A visit to the Sport and Rec show
My fiancee and I dropped by the Sport and Recreation Show this evening at the Jamestown Civic Center. It was pretty good.
There were boats, RVs, campers, the tennis club, hunting and fishing groups a... Posted on 2/18/11 at 7:50 PM
GRAND FORKS — Zach Johnson spends most of his spare time in the fall hunting waterfowl and deer, but the University of North Dakota student has started chasing the birds with a camera during the off-season.
FARGO -- A glitch in the funding formula for North Dakota’s new Outdoor Heritage Fund means the conservation initiative is projected to have only a little more than half of the $30 million authorized for the next biennium.
FORDVILLE — The North Dakota Game and Fish Department is proposing to reduce the number of deer gun licenses it offers again this fall, and the northeast part of the state will take the brunt of the cuts.
In the spring of 1999, I was working as a game warden when the first ever spring light goose conservation season arrived. The purpose then and still to this day is to reduce light goose (snow goose) populations during the spring as the birds migrate toward their nesting grounds in Canada.
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