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Northland Outdoors

Here are the two big questions about these little birds: How do they survive the cold? And where do they go in the summer?
Casey Anderson said that because the region didn't receive snow until mid to late December has helped retain food sources for deer.
The changes follow a wildlife-section reorganization that began about three years ago by DNR managers whose intent was to align the section's staffing, fleet and other expenses with available money.
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Vaughn Murray’s limo fish house, which is parked within casting distance of his dock on the Ontario side of the Rainy River, has four holes and electric heat.

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Four deer in the freezer between two states and some opportunities lost left me with a lot to look back on from the 2021 archery season.
Listings here are based on permit info from the North Dakota Game and Fish Department and the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. The Minnesota listings may be incomplete because of a backlog in processing tournament applications.
This year’s ice fishing tournament, the largest of its kind in North Dakota, is set for 1 to 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 29, on Six-Mile Bay of Devils Lake, with the raffle for more than $325,000 in prizes at 7 p.m. in the Devils Lake Memorial Building.
Snow passes by the region on Friday with another round Saturday as well as Sunday.
The spring turkey season opens April 9 and continues through May 15; the deadline to apply for a license is Wednesday, Feb. 16.
Feeding wildlife, especially during the winter in North Dakota, once was common practice embraced by most wildlife professionals. That philosophy has gradually evolved.

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Roles are mainly within the fisheries and wildlife divisions, ranging from aquatic nuisance inspectors to wildlife technicians who perform jobs such as wildlife banding to placing signs across the state.
It’s a unique spot and a stark contrast from what the Theodore Roosevelt National Park has to offer to the southwest. Visitors looking for a hike around a lake with a chance to spot captivating wildlife will surely enjoy their time at the Lake Ilo National Wildlife Refuge.
The mountain lion was about 150 yards away, and Donny Haas had the wind in his favor.

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