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North Dakota Outdoors: The Endangered Species Act turns 50

I can easily recall in the late 1980s seeing an endangered bald eagle feeding on a deer carcass off the road west of Napoleon in Logan County. Back in those days, if you saw a bald eagle and you...

 

Dakota Recreation Report: Jan. 1, 2024

Outdoor notes: Time seems to move so quickly nowadays and after more than three decades of freelance writing, it's time to move on to different adventures. This week's report signals an end of my...

 

NDGF News: Jan. 1, 2024

Darkhouse spearfishing registration Individuals required to possess a valid fishing license (age 16 and older) to darkhouse spearfish must first register online at the North Dakota Game and Fish Department website, gf.nd.gov. Darkhouse spearing is al...

 

Dakota Recreation Report: Dec. 25, 2023

Outdoor notes: *Ice is never completely safe. Avoid areas with vegetation, moving water, pressure ridges and springs. Check conditions as you go along on the ice and don’t move around at night....

 

Dakota Recreation Report: Dec. 18, 2023

Outdoor notes: *Ice is never completely safe. Avoid areas with vegetation, moving water, pressure ridges and springs. Check conditions as you go along on the ice and don’t move around at night....

 

Dakota Recreation Report: Dec. 11, 2023

Outdoor notes: *Current ice conditions on many lakes aren’t conducive for access. Ice is never completely safe. Avoid areas with vegetation, moving water, pressure ridges, and springs. Check conditi...

 

NDG&F Department News: Dec. 11, 2023

Late season hunting dates The statewide duck and white-fronted goose seasons closed Dec. 3. However, duck hunting in the high plains unit reopened Dec. 9 and continues through Dec. 31. In addition, the season for Canada geese closes Dec. 16 in the...

 

Dakota Recreation Report: Dec. 4, 2023

Outdoor notes: *Current ice conditions on any lakes aren’t conducive for access. Ice is never completely safe. Avoid areas with vegetation, moving water, pressure ridges and springs. Check condition...

 

Dakota Recreation Report: Nov. 27, 2023

Outdoor notes: *Deer hunters need to beware of carcass and licensing transportation regulations. *Beware of the potential for thin ice on wetlands and lakes when hunting, including when bird hunting...

 

Dakota Recreation Report: November 20, 2023

Outdoor notes: *Deer hunters need to beware of carcass and licensing transportation regulations. *Beware of the potential for thin ice on wetlands and lakes when hunting, including when bird hunting...

 

Dakota Recreation Report: November 13, 2023

Outdoor notes: *Beware of the potential for thin ice on wetlands and lakes when hunting, including when bird hunting with dogs. *Please park out of the way of other vehicles and farm equipment on...

 

Dakota Recreation Report: November 6, 2023

Outdoor notes: *Please park out of the way of other vehicles and farm equipment on prairie roads and trails. *Nov. 6: Fall crow season closes. *Nov. 10: Deer gun season opens. *Nov. 12: Sandhill crane...

 

Hunters encouraged to have deer tested for CWD, reminded of disposal requirements

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department will continue its Hunter-Harvested Surveillance program during the 2023 hunting season by sampling deer for chronic wasting disease from select units in the southeastern portion of the state. Samples will be...

 

Dakota Recreation Report: October 16, 2023

Outdoor notes: *Blue-green algae is still present in some area wetlands and lakes so watch water conditions before allowing hunting dogs into the water. It’s deadly and death can occur in minutes....

 

Dakota Recreation Report: October 9, 2023

Outdoor notes: *Blue-green algae is still present in some area wetlands and lakes so watch water conditions before allowing hunting dogs into the water. It’s deadly and death can occur in minutes....

 

Dakota Recreation Report: October 2, 2023

Outdoor notes: *Be sure of proper bird identification with partridge, grouse, and young pheasants. *Please park out of the way of other vehicles and farm equipment on prairie roads and trails. *Oct....

 

Dakota Recreational Report: Sept. 25, 2023

Outdoor notes: *Be sure of proper bird identification with partridge, grouse and young pheasants. *Please park out of the way of other vehicles and farm equipment on prairie roads and trails. *Sept....

 

North Dakota Outdoors: Private Land Open to Sportsmen (PLOTS)

The goal of the Private Land Open To Sportsmen program is to provide walk-in public access for hunting on private land. Just because hunters are allowed access doesn’t mean it’s open for any type...

 

Dakota Recreation Report: September 11, 2023

Outdoor notes: *Sept. 15: Early Canada Goose Western Zone closes. *Sept. 16: Sandhill crane season opens. *Sept. 21: Valley City Ducks Unlimited Hunter’s Party, Valley City Eagles Club, 5:30 p.m....

 

North Dakota Game & Fish Department News

CWD testing during deer bow, elk, moose seasons With the deer bow, elk, and moose seasons opening soon, North Dakota Game and Fish Department officials remind hunters of the options for getting animals tested for chronic wasting disease. Area...

 

Dakota Recreation Report: August 28, 2023

Outdoor notes: *N.D. Dept. of Environmental Quality blue-green algae reports: Low toxin levels – Black Tiger Bay (Devils Lake), Benson Co.; Clausen Springs, Barnes Co.; Crystal Springs, Kidder and...

 

Dakota Recreation Report: August 21, 2023

Outdoor notes: *N.D. Dept. of Environmental Quality blue-green algae reports: Low toxin levels – Black Tiger Bay (Devils Lake), Benson Co.; Clausen Springs, Barnes Co.; Crystal Springs, Kidder &...

 

Dakota Recreation Report: August 14, 2023

Outdoor notes: *N.D. Dept. of Environmental Quality blue-green algae reports: Low toxin levels – Black Tiger Bay (Devils Lake), Benson Co.; Clausen Springs, Barnes Co.; Crystal Springs, Kidder & Stutsman counties; East Stump Lake, Nelson Co.;...

 

Dakota Recreation Report: August 7, 2023

Outdoor notes: *N.D. Dept. of Environmental Quality blue-green algae reports: Low toxin levels – Black Tiger Bay (Devils Lake), Benson Co.; Clausen Springs, Barnes Co.; Crystal Springs, Kidder and...

 

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