If you haven’t tented in awhile or simply are in the market for a new tent, three recent models from Eureka offer the perfect mix of portability and functionality and are available in two- or three-person sizes, depending on your needs.RELATED CONTENT
A list of upcoming events related to the outdoors
The Department of Natural Resources won’t be offering an elk season this fall near Grygla, Minn., because of low populations in the area.
Zach Johnson spends most of his spare time in the fall hunting waterfowl and deer, but the UND student has started chasing the birds with a camera during the off-season. The results to date have been favorable.RELATED CONTENT
A list of some impressive fish caught recently
I joined Mitch Haaby of Roseau, Minn., earlier this month for a story about collecting antler sheds. My goal wasn’t to write a “how-to” or “where-to” story about hunting for fallen antlers — enough people are scouring the woods already — but instead to tell a story about Haaby’s passion for deer hunting and how collecting antler sheds helps prepare him for hunting season.RELATED CONTENT
Brad Dokken answers the question: Are there hummingbirds in the Grand Forks area, and what can one do besides a hummingbird feeder to attract them?
License fee increase, changes in gratis eligibility among key measures lawmakers passedRELATED CONTENT
The clay-colored sparrow deserves more attention than it gets. It is one of our most common nesting sparrow species. Common doesn’t mean frequently reported, however.RELATED CONTENT
Park Rapids, Minn., event will be remembered for its ‘firsts,’ Durham saysRELATED CONTENT
North Dakota's state parks return to full services this weekend, with seasonal staffing in place.
The big walleyes were active opening weekend, and the fishing was excellent, with many charter boats reporting 100-fish outings. It wouldn’t be exaggerating to say Lake of the Woods served up the best fishing in the state for Minnesota’s walleye opener.
The Minnesota DNR has started the second phase of its ambitious study to determine why the state's moose population is declining so rapidly. In a $1.2 million study earlier this winter, researchers attached high-tech GPS collars to adult moose. Last week, they began collaring newborn moose calves.RELATED CONTENT
The North Dakota Game and Fish Department says the state's 2013 paddlefish snagging season will close at 10 p.m. on Friday to protect the population level of the fish.
Scientists are implanting 120 ordinary local fish with transmitters to track their movements to get better prepared for when invasive carp species inevitably arrive.