Leave Baby Animals Alone, Watch For Deer

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department emphasizes a simple message to well-intentioned humans who want to pick up and rescue what appear to be orphaned baby animals this time of year – don’t touch them. Whether it is a young fawn, duckling, cottontail rabbit or a songbird, it is better to just leave them…
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Summer Workshop Schedule For Educators

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department has set its summer schedule of conservation workshops for educators. Visual Arts Approach to Teaching Life Science – June 6-7, Bismarck. Participants will experiment with clay, water, pastel and colored pencil, while emphasizing North Dakota resources, environment and wildlife. Register by calling David Richter at 701-609-5681, or email…
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New Buffalo Record Set By Bow Fisherman

For the second time in less than three weeks, a North Dakota bow fisherman has set a new state record. Derek Larson, Mandan, arrowed a new record buffalo on May 5 to follow up a new record common carp taken by Derek Barnick of Tappen on April 21. Larson’s buffalo, pulled in from Heart Butte…
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First Fish Certificate

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department is reminding parents to capture their little angler’s first catch on a specially designed First Fish certificate. First Fish has no qualifying weights or measurements. The only requirement is the successful landing of a North Dakota fish. Certificates are available to all who request them, and have ample…
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Boat North Dakota Course

Boat owners are reminded that children ages 12-15 who want to operate a boat or personal watercraft alone this summer must first take the state’s boating basics course. North Dakota Game and Fish Department education coordinator Brian Schaffer recommends all boaters take a boater education course, however state law requires that only youngsters ages 12-15…
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