THE NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND midwinter bald eagle survey
Midwinter Bald Eagle Survey Conducted
This years midwinter bald eagle survey conducted Jan. 10 along the Missouri River revealed 61 bald eagles, slightly above-average since the survey started in 198... Posted on 1/14/13 at 2:08 PM
SIOUX FOOTBALL INSIDER Week 6 Preview - #7 Eastern Washington Eagles
The UND Football team heads out to Cheney, WA this Saturday to take on the #7 ranked Eastern Washington Eagles. EWU sits at 3-1 on the year while UND fell to 3-2 after last weeks loss to Cal-Poly. The... Posted on 10/5/12 at 1:30 PM
RURAL REFLECTIONS Letter to Dave
I hope you enjoyed the video I recently emailed your way. The video
depicts a Case/IH tracked tractor backed up to a John Deere in an
old-fashioned game called tug of war. John Deere uses ... Posted on 5/20/12 at 6:15 AM
STAFF BLOG UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA HOCKEY Schneekloth named ECHL All-Star
Former UND defenseman Aaron Schneekloth is a first-team all-East Coast Hockey League player.
Schneekloth, who plays for the Colorado Eagles, was honored in a vote by the league's coaches, sports info... Posted on 3/30/12 at 3:27 PM
East Grand Forks Sacred Heart averages just five hits a game this spring. That’s forced the Eagles to find other ways to create some offense. On Thursday, that offense was East Grand Forks Senior High’s wildness. A five-run second inning propelled the Eagles to an 8-2 win against the Green Wave.
No development activity is 100 percent safe for wildlife, but the wind energy industry’s impacts are minor. And our industry does more to study, avoid and mitigate for our impacts than does any other industry in the country.
It took eight years, but Jon Smithers' obsession with photographing a banded eagle finally paid off. Smithers, a wildlife photographer in St. Peter, managed to pick out all nine digits on the eagle's band through a series of photographs over the years.
The Minnesota Public Utilities Commission has approved the plan to place the turbines on 32,000 acres of land in Goodhue County. But, county Commissioner Ron Allen says regulators failed to consider an avian study that says the turbines would interfere with habitat for eagles, hawks and other birds.
Lead poisoning likely contributed to mishap that resulted in broken wing There’ll be no live release, no place in a living educational display, no happy ending for a bald eagle with a broken wing that was rescued Tuesday afternoon along the Red Lake River in East Grand Forks and taken to the Raptor Center in St. Paul.
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