DNR electro-fishing survey turns up variety of species, sizes
The practice of electro-fishing is becoming an important part of monitoring fish in the Minnesota River.
Greg Hoch: Bird migration can stagger the imagination
Migrating birds can double and cut in half their weight every 12 hours
Cross: Some positive signs for pheasants
While the numbers could be better, it looks as though hunters could enjoy a good pheasant season.
Cross: Hunting pressure for doves usually low
Hunting doves can be a nice way to relax, except when sharing fields with goose or other game hunters.
Cross: DNR COs perform annual roadside wildlife surveys
The annual roadside widlife surveys are underway, but it's too early to tell what the numbers will be like.
Cross: Longtime ‘Roadsides for Wildlife’ program is forgotten but not gone
The "Roadside for Wildlife" program still plays a vital role in helping pheasants survive.
Cross: East senior goes from shooting-competition rookie to unexpected champ
Adam Burt hadn't every competed in an organized clay-shooting competition, but he might compete a bit more now.
Cross: The good and bad of nightcrawlers
Nightcrawlers are great for fish. They are also classified as invasive species in Minnesota.
Cross: South Dakota fishing trip is all about karma
When it comes to fishing, the gods can be with you, or against you.
Cross: Following the 1929 Sharp family trip to Yellowstone
Some things never change when it comes to family vacations; then again, some things change dramatically.
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