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By Nick Simonson North Dakota’s upland bird populations came out of the mild winter relatively well.  With above average temperatures from December to March, and below average snowfall across the state, sharptailed grouse and ring-necked pheasants made it to spring with no significant mortality, according to RJ Gross, Upland Game Biologist with the North Dakota...

By Nick Simonson North Dakota’s upland bird populations came out of the mild winter relatively well.  With above average temperatures from December to March, and below average snowfall across the state, sharptailed grouse and ring-necked pheasants made it to spring with no significant mortality, according to RJ Gross, Upland Game Biologist with the North Dakota...

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Outdoor entertaining has many advantages. Cooking on a grill can make it easier to feed a crowd, while fresh air can make any occasion more fun.

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LIGHTNING.  After a few rumbles of thunder in the evening and overnight, generated by yesterday’s heat, we jump back up for more warmth today. While we do, we lay out some summer time tips for better fish, better fishing and some natural lights (not the beer) in our Outdoors Roundup.   Featured Photo: Light’s Out.  A...