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Outdoors

NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS: Stay safe while hunting this fall

In any given year about 100,000 individuals put in for the regular deer gun lottery. Safe to say, even if you don’t deer hunt, there’s someone in your house, at work or next door that either will be deer hunting or wishes they were. When it comes to deer hunting safety (or pheasants, ...

Salmon spawn completed

Fisheries crews completed their annual salmon spawning operation on the Missouri River System, collecting more than 1.8 million eggs. About 500,000 went to South Dakota to meet their egg collection goal. North Dakota Game and Fish Department Missouri River System fisheries biologist Russ ...

Zoo News: It’s Just the Bear Necessities

The National Park Service might have crowned their winner for Fat Bear Week, but the Roosevelt Park Zoo is still in the process of making sure our bears have the bulk needed to carry them through the winter. Sandy, Judy, and Goldie are beefing up in preparation for nature’s naptime. Did ...

NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS: Looking at fall pheasant, duck numbers

There’s never a shortage of experts and predictions for fall football. New coaches and players are analyzed, armchair quarterbacks provide expert analysis of who will advance to the playoffs and Super Bowl even before the season kicks off. Different than fall football forecasts are fall ...

Western Grebes at McKenzie Slough

To loosely translate from Norwegian to English: fri = free, lufts = air’s, liv = life The English equivalent= Outdoor Life North Dakota is rich in the variety of birds that spend the entire year here, visit on a seasonal basis, or just use the state as a flyway on their way to other ...