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Flight Lines: To feed or not to feed the birds
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home & garden
December 28, 2011
The good, the badlands, and the ugly dogs
Remy's tail wagged fervently as he worked the ground ahead. A strong breeze from the west pushed scent perfectly in his direction, and the 19-month-old pup used it to his advantage. "Good boy," I said. "Find the birds." Although young, Remy has picked up on the English language...
December 28, 2011 - 12:00am
June 29, 2011
N.D. G&F Notebook: Pheasant crowing counts complete; numbers down across the board
North Dakota's spring pheasant crowing count survey revealed a 14 percent decrease statewide compared to last year, according to Stan Kohn, upland game management supervisor for the state Game and Fish Department. The only area of the state showing an increase was the southwest,...
June 29, 2011 - 12:00am
Open Season: The Horace Dog Whisperer and a Christmas rooster hunt
A mile down the snow-covered gravel road, I contemplated my sanity. In the gray glow of a cloud-covered dawn, it was tough to tell where road ended and ditch began. Besides a few tractor tire tracks already becoming covered by the blowing, powdery snow, we were forced to blaze our...
December 29, 2010 - 12:00am
September 22, 2010
Pheasants Forever to host youth outdoors activities day
Two area Pheasants Forever chapters are joining forces to support their organization's "No Child Left Indoors" initiative. The Dakota East Central and Ransom County Chapters of Pheasants Forever are hosting a North Dakota Youth Outdoor Activity Day on Saturday, Sept.
September 22, 2010 - 12:00am
September 8, 2010
Local Pheasants Forever chapter to host banquet Sept. 9 at Legends in West Fargo
There is simple arithmetic involved when figuring out how to increase wild game populations: more habitat equals more wildlife. Though simple in theory, implementing the task can be rather difficult, however. Thankfully, there are some organizations with the dedication and purpose...
September 8, 2010 - 12:00am
October 22, 2009
What's all the fuss about pheasants?
I have a confession: I'm not the biggest fan of pheasants. There, I said it. All you North Dakotans out there please don't hate me. If you would be so kind as to not slash my tires after reading this column, I would appreciate it. In all honesty, pheasants and the subsequent pursuit...
October 22, 2009 - 7:35am
October 1, 2009
Game and Fish stresses safety during pheasant season
North Dakota's pheasant hunting season opens Oct. 10, and approximately 100,000 hunters will participate in the upcoming season. With that many hunters, it's important to take proper safety measures in the field. Jon Hanson, hunter education coordinator for the state Game and Fish...
October 1, 2009 - 12:00am