photo by Craig Bihrle, ND 
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Have You Seen? Bighorn Sheep Update

  Have you seen this week’s North Dakota Outdoors video? This week North Dakota Game and Fish big game biologist Brett Wiedmann gives an update on the 2016 bighorn sheep hunting season. You can watch the video right here: or http://gf.nd.gov/publications/television/outdoors-online-webcast   Find out more on bighorn sheep and hunting at the Game and Fish…
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photo by Craig Bihrle, ND 
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North Dakota Bighorn Sheep Up 18%

The State Game and Fish Department is allocating eight bighorn sheep licenses for the 2016 hunting season, based on data collected from a recently completed summer population survey. Two licenses are available in Unit B1, two in B3 and three in B4. In addition, one license as authorized under North Dakota Century Code was auctioned…
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Moose And Elk Lotteries Held, Bighorn Sheep In September

  North Dakota’s moose and elk lottery results are available online at the State Game and Fish Department’s website, gf.nd.gov. Applicants can find individual results by clicking “find lottery results/preference points” under the buy and apply link. Successful applicants will receive a letter the week of May 2, stating the license will be mailed after the successful…
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photo by Harold Umber, ND Game and Fish

Elk, Moose, Bighorn Sheep Apps Due March 23

Elk, moose and bighorn sheep applications must be submitted online, or postmarked, before midnight March 23. To apply online, or to print out an application to mail, access the North Dakota Game and Fish Department’s website, gf.nd.gov. Applications are also available at Game and Fish offices and license vendors. Residents age 18 or older are reminded to prove…
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photo by Craig Bihrle, ND 
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North Dakota’s Bighorn Sheep Population Up 8%

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department’s annual bighorn sheep survey revealed a minimum of 292 bighorn sheep in western North Dakota, up 8 percent from last year and 3 percent above the five-year average. Altogether, biologists counted 88 rams, 160 ewes and 44 lambs. Not included are approximately 30 bighorns in the North Unit…
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