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The Waterfowl Hunting Modernization Project would implement a seven-day “foreign resident” waterfowl license, available either through a lottery or through a licensed Manitoba waterfowl outfitter.
The angler is one of two men busted at the Lake Erie Walleye Trail tournament on Sept. 30. They would have walked away champions, if the event organizer, Jason Fischer, hadn’t decided to take a closer look at their catch.
Starry Skies North sees increased interest in night sky watching with aurora outbreaks.
The timing of the ban is especially unfortunate because waterfowl seasons in some Canadian provinces opened Sept. 1, and many American hunters had scheduled trips to Canada to hunt ducks, geese and sandhill cranes – migratory birds with no regard for borders.
Previous policy limited only birds from avian influenza hotspots.
It's true that the land- and water-stewardship record of Gov. Tim Walz's predecessor, Gov. Mark Dayton, has been a tough act to follow. But even by the low conservation bar set by some previous Minnesota governors — see Ventura, Jesse — Walz has been a letdown.

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DNR and county employees spend their days at Minnesota public water accesses checking for weeds and invasive species and educating boaters.
Both meetings will include a discussion on strategies and regulation changes after the discovery last fall of chronic wasting disease in a single whitetail buck shot near Climax, Minnesota.
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the last North American duck breeding population survey report was released in 2019.

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