photo by Craig Bihrle, ND Game and Fish

Have You Seen? 2016 Upland Game Season Preview

Have you seen this week’s North Dakota Outdoors video? This week’s North Dakota Game and Fish Outdoors Online webcast previews the grouse and partridge seasons. Find out how things are shaping up with upland game management supervisor Aaron Robinson. You can watch the video right here: or https://gf.nd.gov/ndo-webcast   Find out more on small game…
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Fall Whooping Crane Migration

Whooping cranes are in the midst of their fall migration and sightings will increase as they make their way through North Dakota over the next several weeks. Anyone seeing these birds as they move through the state is asked to report sightings so the birds can be tracked. Whoopers stand about five feet tall and…
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Have You Seen? August-September Outdoors Magazine

The 2016 August/September issue of North Dakota Outdoors magazine is available FREE online right now here.   Wildlife chief Jeb Williams provides his perspective in the 2016 North Dakota Hunting season outlook. His thoughts include highlighting unique partnerships which are working for hunters, landowners and wildlife as he relates:  My job takes me to all parts…
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Sandhill Crane Season Opens Sept. 17

North Dakota’s sandhill crane season opens Sept. 17 and continues through Nov. 13. Limits are three daily and nine in possession in unit 1 (west of U.S. Highway 281), and two daily and six in possession in unit 2 (east of U.S. Highway 281). Shooting hours are one-half hour before sunrise to 1 p.m. each…
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Plan Ahead To Protect Hay And Winter Feed Supplies

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department is encouraging farmers and ranchers to plan ahead to protect hay, grain and winter feed supplies from wildlife, according to Kevin Kading, private lands section supervisor. Even with today’s low deer populations, severe winter conditions can result in wildlife depredation to livestock feed supplies, Kading said. Producers are…
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