Winter Waterfowl Survey   NDGNF   YouTube

Mid Winter Waterfowl Sets A Record

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department’s annual midwinter waterfowl survey in early January indicated a record 222,890 Canada geese in the state. Andy Dinges, migratory game bird biologist, said an estimated 109,820 Canada geese were observed on the Missouri River, and another 25,370 were scattered on Nelson Lake in Oliver County. Lake Sakakawea, which is…
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Have You Seen? Mountain Lion Meetings

Mountain Lion Management Meetings Results of a two-phase research project and biological findings from animals harvested over the last decade show the state’s mountain lion population has steadily declined over the past several years. Department officials will host three public meetings this month to discuss these results and the status of the state’s mountain lion…
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Report All Poachers Program   NDGNF   YouTube

Have You Seen? Game And Fish Enforcement Update

  This weeks North Dakota Outdoors Weekly Webcast is now available online right here. It features Robert Timian the Chief Game Warden for the North Dakota Game and Fish Department discussing violations and enforcement activity. Don’t forget the Report All Poaches Hotline is 1800-472-2121 and to find your local game warden click here. 

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Winter Anglers Reminded To Clean Up Ice

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department reminds winter anglers to clean up the ice after fishing. This not only applies to trash, but fish as well. It is not only unsightly, but it is illegal to leave fish behind on the ice. According to the fishing proclamation, when a fish is caught anglers must…
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Canada Goose Season Closing

North Dakota waterfowl hunters are reminded that the Missouri River zone Canada goose season closes at 2 p.m. Jan. 1, and the high plains duck and statewide light goose seasons continue on through Jan. 3. Archery deer, fall turkey, sharp-tailed and ruffed grouse, partridge, pheasant and tree squirrel hunting seasons also continue through Jan. 3,…
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