NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND waterfowl season winding down
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STAFF BLOG OUTDOORS WITH SAM COOK Goose hunting with Matt Keller
I had a chance to spend a morning with Matt Keller, who grew up in Grand Rapids and now makes his home in Bemidji, doing a field hunt for giant Canada geese near Fosston on Tuesday. Matt and his bro... Posted on 10/6/10 at 9:45 AM
NORTHLAND OUTDOORS MN Waterfowl hunting
Waterfowl season opens Saturday, Oct, 2
Youth Waterfowl Day, Saturday, Sept. 18 A specially designated day on which any adult can take any youth 15 and younger waterfowl hun... Posted on 9/1/10 at 10:52 AM
STAFF BLOG CHEF JEFF Men Gone Wild
If you've visited my blog since it started last week, you probably have noticed a feature on the right called "Men Gone Wild." Today, I'm going to tell you a little bit about this ... Posted on 3/26/09 at 3:38 AM
The NFL season opened a few weeks back with many teams having high expectations for a banner year. Such is the case for the North Dakota waterfowl season, which opens Sept. 25 for residents and Oct. 2 for nonresidents.
High expectations, however, are not always realized due to factors that no one can control, like injury in the NFL and weather in the waterfowl hunting world.
Doug Leier, North Dakota Outdoors
, September 24, 2010
North Dakota’s two-day youth waterfowl season is Sept. 18-19. Legally licensed resident and nonresident youth waterfowl hunters age 15 and younger may hunt ducks, geese, coots and mergansers statewide.
The North Dakota Game and Fish Department says harsh winter conditions beginning in mid-December pushed most waterfowl out of the state.
The agency’s annual midwinter waterfowl survey found only 25,400 Canada geese wintering on the Missouri River in early January.
In the wildlife profession, the word “balance” is often associated with a challenge to meet the needs of many.
Establishing a waterfowl season framework to meet the expectations of thousands of stakeholders, young and old, urban and rural, is a good example.
By Doug Leier, North Dakota Outdoors
, September 18, 2009
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