boatenforcement

Have You Seen? Operation Dry Water

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department is participating in “Operation Dry Water,” a nationwide effort aimed at reducing boating while under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Learn more in this week’s webcast with game warden Jackie Lundstrom.The video is here or ://gf.nd.gov/publications/television/outdoors-online-webcast.   And if you’ve ever considered a career as a game…
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Operation Dry Water June 24-26

North Dakota Game and Fish Department law enforcement personnel will participate in a national campaign designed to reduce the number of boaters operating under the influence. ​Operation Dry Water runs June 24-26, and involves having an increased enforcement presence on the water. “It’s an effort to raise awareness about the dangers associated with boating under…
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​Traveling Boaters Should Check Border State And Provincial ANS Regulations

North Dakota boaters who are traveling to other states or Canadian provinces should check the aquatic nuisance species regulations of their destination to make sure they are in compliance. While many of North Dakota’s ANS prevention regulations are similar to surrounding states and provinces, State Game and Fish Department ANS coordinator Jessica Howell says there…
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So You Want To Be A Game Warden?

​ The North Dakota Game and Fish Department has scheduled an examination to select candidates for the position of district game warden. The test is at 10 a.m.,Aug. 5, at the department’s main office in Bismarck. ​Applicants must register to take the exam no later than Aug. 1 by submitting anonline application through the North…
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photo by Craig Bihrle, ND Game and Fish

Spring Breeding Duck Numbers Tallied

  The North Dakota Game and Fish Department’s annual spring breeding duck survey conducted in May showed an index of 3.4 million birds, down 5 percent from last year. “The spring migration was well ahead of normal as open fields and warm temperatures allowed early migrants to pass quickly through the state,” said migratory game…
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