Posted on November 10, 2016 by admin
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304 5th St S, Wahpeton, ND 58075, USA
TaxidermyFREE to youth 8-16. Includes meal.RSVP by calling 642-2811.Sponsored by Red River Area Sportsmen’s Club.
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114 Dakota Ave, Wahpeton, ND 58075
Funds raised help pay for our youth activities (Junior Wildlife Club, fishing derbies, youth hunts and other activities)
Did You Know? - Old rooster pheasant or young of the year? In general, if the spur is black, shiny, sharply pointed, and more than ¾ of an inch from the tip to the leg bone, it is an adult bird. If it is dull-colored with a blunt tip, and less than ¾ of an inch from the tip to the leg bone, it is a juvenile. Only roosters are armed with spurs, using them in battles for dominance come spring. For more tips on upland game identification see https://gf.nd.gov/plots/guide/upland-game-identification. ... See more
Furs & Furbearers Presentation by Jim Stargell.
Lunch provided to the youth.
Please call 642-2811 to sign up. Feel free to invite more friends, ages 8-16 to attend! Everything is free! ... See more
Check for invasive species when removing docks and equipment for seasonal storage
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is reminding lake property owners to carefully check boats and trailers, docks and lifts, and all other water-related equipment for invasive species when removing equipment for seasonal storage. This is important as new zebra mussel infestations were initially reported by people making end of season inspections of docks, boats and boat lifts.
“These recent confirmations serve as a reminder of the importance of carefully examining all equipment when taking it out of the water,” said Heidi Wolf, DNR invasive species unit supervisor.
It’s especially important to follow Minnesota’s law and keep docks and boat lifts out of the water for at least 21 days before putting them into another body of water. This state law is central to the training DNR-permitted lake service provider businesses receive. Anyone transporting a dock or lift from the adjacent shoreline property to another location for storage or repair may need a permit, to help prevent the spread of aquatic invasive species.
The DNR recommends these steps for lake property owners:
Look on the posts, wheels and underwater support bars of docks and lifts, as well as any parts of boats, pontoons and rafts that may have been submerged in water for an extended period.
Hire DNR-permitted lake service provider businesses to install or remove boats, docks, lifts and other water-related equipment. These businesses have attended training on Minnesota’s aquatic invasive species laws and many have experience identifying and removing invasive species.
Contact your area DNR aquatic invasive species specialist if you think you have discovered an invasive species that has not already been confirmed in your lake.
More information is available at www.mndnr.gov/AIS. ... See more
Information about aquatic invasive species in Minnesota.
Are you looking for some new ideas on how to cook that grouse, deer or other game you bagged this season? Check out “Reimaging Wild Game Cooking with Danielle Prewett” in this month’s OUTDOORS magazine - https://gf.nd.gov/magazine/2017/oct/wild-whole. ... See more
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