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Dakota Uplander: Winter Split for ND Pheasants


May 11, 2020

Roosters loaf around some brush and the last of a field's snow cover on Mar. 1 near Judson, N.D. The western area of North Dakota experienced a mild winter, while the southeast experienced significant snowfall and prolonged colder temperatures during the season.

The winter of 2019-20 was a split personality to say the least. East of the Missouri River, the state was plagued with heavy snow, colder temperatures and a prolonged season. West of the flow, it was a virtual banana belt with light snow events and minimal ground cover from December to March. As a result, North Dakota Game and Fish Department (NDG&F) Upland Game Biologist RJ Gross and member...

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