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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Have You Read? June North Dakota Outdoors Magazine

have you read? The 2016 June issue of North Dakota Outdoors magazine is available FREE online right now here. Amy McCann  celebrates the anniversary of an important component of the outdoors across the nation and in North Dakota  with 2016 National Park Service Centennial  The National Park System now includes 411 areas throughout the United…
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   Game and Fish

Have You Seen? Baby Wildlife!

This week’s North Dakota Outdoors video features North Dakota Game and Fish biologist Pat Isackson. Many animals across the state are raising young this time of year. What should you do and not do when you come across wild baby animals? The video is here or ://gf.nd.gov/publications/television/outdoors-online-webcast. Learn more about wildlife of North Dakota by…
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Handle Fish With Care

North Dakota’s open water fishing season has many anglers hoping to land that elusive trophy fish. While hooking a wall-mounter is important for some anglers, others simply enjoy the thrill and return the fish back into the water. Catch-and-release is effective only if released fish are handled carefully. The following precautions will enhance the likelihood…
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BOW Program Announces Schedule

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department’s Becoming an Outdoors-Woman program is announcing its schedule for 2016. A new paddleboarding event is set for July 7 at Harmon Lake in Morton County.Participants will experience an evening on the water using a stand-up paddleboard. Equipment and gear is included in the $30 registration fee. Register online…
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