Posted on September 7, 2016 by admin
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FREE to youth 8-16. Includes meal.
RSVP by calling 642-2811.
Sponsored by Red River Area Sportsmen’s Club.
101 R J Hughes Dr, Wahpeton, ND 58075, USA
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304 5th St S, Wahpeton, ND 58075, USA
Join us for food, fun & holiday cheer!
6 p.m. – Appetizers & Beverages6:30 p.m. – Potluck Supper
Gift Exchange: Under $10 wrapped gift per person.
RSVP to Cindie at 218-643-4374 by Friday, November 30. You will also be signing up for what you’d like to bring for the Appetizers/Potluck Supper.
We will meet either in the Art Room or Dining Room.All Club members are invited to attend.
Together, Pheasants Forever and North Dakota Game and Fish are helping landowners to not only conserve habitat, but also increase profitability.
By using EFC Systems’ Profit Zone Manager, Pheasants Forever Precision Ag and Conservation Specialist Melissa Shockman (left), can help identify unprofitable acres, examine grower’s return on investment and explore alternative management scenarios while keeping an eye on the bottom line. Through the use of technology and collaborations, farmers can increase their profitability while also providing benefits for soil health, water quality and wildlife habitat.
Renae Schultz (right), is one of the private lands biologists working with the Game and Fish Department’s Private Land Open To Sportsmen program. PLOTS provides payments to landowners for habitat protection, cost share assistance for developing wildlife habitat, and provides hunting access to hunters of all ages.
For more information on the Pheasants Forever Precision AG Program call Melissa at 701-709-0963 (Dickey, LaMoure, Ransom, and Sargent counties)
For more information on PLOTS and other Department private lands programs see https://gf.nd.gov/private-lands. ... See more
Just one bite from this tick could completely change your diet 😧
It’s here. The lone star tick has been discovered in ND. While ticks are nothing new, this one packs a very noticeable side effect, the allergy to red meat. Now with not just lyme disease to contend with, if you haven’t already, it may be time to invest in some permethrin as a good preventative measure that can be taken against these little nasties. Without getting into who to buy it from or what brand, this stuff has worked great in keeping the numbers of ticks found down on us. Unlike other bug sprays it gets sprayed onto your clothing or gear and can last through even a couple washes. For those of you that spend a lot of time in the field finding one of these little blood suckers is inevitable, but this tip should help in cutting down on the total number attempting a meal on you.
http://www.inforum.com/news/science-and-nature/4469586-tick-associated-red-meat-allergy-has-been-found-nd ... See more
As any dog owner knows, dogs love to pick up and carry around any dead critters they may happen across (a behavior which is perhaps preferable to their unfortunate penchant for rolling on the carcasses of dead critters they happen across), but imagine the surprise of one rural Mandan resident when his dog dragged home a two-headed white-tailed deer fetus. The female whitetail was hit and killed by a vehicle on ND Highway 1806 in April this year. The dog apparently found the unborn fawn nearby and brought it home. The landowner contacted the Department and turned over the fetus to our biologists. Such a find is extremely rare, as this is only the fourth such documented two-headed white-tailed deer reported in any literature since 1761. ... See more
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