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Tony and Kathy Mommsen pedaled and paddled through Grand Forks in early September 2021 on the first leg of their adventure.
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“Nobody has done it solo that I’m aware of – male or female,” Eklund said. “So I’m the first one. And as far as kayaks go, I don’t think anybody’s done it in a kayak.”
The flicker is a woodpecker, but it has its own habits, some of them quite different than those of its woodpecker relatives.
The North Dakota Game and Fish Department's July brood count survey tallied a 36% increase in duck broods from last year, an estimate 5% higher than the 1965-2021 average.

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Showers will move across the region Friday with showers lingering for parts of Minnesota and Wisconsin on Saturday.
The North Dakota Game and Fish Department has a diverse marketing campaign on preventing the spread of aquatic nuisance species.
Do you have a fishing or hunting photo you'd like to share? Send your photos to bdokken@gfherald.com.
For the 2022-23 hunting season, 8 million acres of land were electronically posted.
In this episode of North Dakota Outdoors, Mike Anderson and waterfowl biologist Mike Szymanski of the North Dakota Game and Fish Department preview what hunters can expect in the upcoming waterfowl hunting season.
Born and raised in southern Illinois, Sara Wagner moved to northwestern North Dakota in 2015, where she discovered her passion for hunting and conservation.

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Set up along a muddy riverbank in south Grand Forks, Caden Erickson was hoping to catch a catfish, when he got a bite about 8:30 p.m., shortly before dark.
North Dakota’s grouse and partridge seasons have been open a week, and by all accounts, hunting success was mixed on the opening weekend.
Erin Christensen, 38, of Maddock was taken into custody on suspicion of providing false information to law enforcement, tampering with evidence and North Dakota Game & Fish violations, the Benson County Sheriff's Office said in a statement.

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