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On the St. Louis River Estuary, diehard angler Pam Zylka catches everything from sturgeon and walleye to drum and bass.
Earlier this September while archery hunting for elk in the Colorado Rockies, I encountered more dusky grouse than on any of the other trips I’ve made over the years. At nearly every turn it seemed, I was either flushing dusky grouse or observing them walking nonchalantly in front of me as I followed slowly behind.
Weather, duck numbers and hunter success varied by region across the state.
Few species of wildlife are as successful, resilient, resourceful and intelligent as coyotes. Moreover, coyotes help control small rodent populations of mice and voles. Indeed, their predatory role in nature is vital to maintain healthy and functioning ecosystems.
The United Way of Bemidji Area's annual Trap Shooting Tournament, presented by Lazy Jack’s, will take place at 5 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 29, at the Bemidji Trap and Skeet Club, 8257 MN-89.
Students and staff members of Leech Lake Tribal College recently loaded their canoes and set out on Upper Rice Lake near Bagley to take part in the honored tradition of harvesting wild rice.

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Suddenly, and quite unexpectedly, a mountain lion appeared just 35 yards downslope on my side of the creek, slowly walking on a game trail. Looking forward, the big cat’s stride was deliberate, as it, too, was hunting.
Minnesota’s waterfowl season opens Sept. 24 with no sign of the once-storied duck's return to the state.
From hawk-shooting hotspot to hilltop birdwatching reserve, the 50th anniversary celebrates conservation victory.

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