Salmon spawning is in full swing at Lake Sakakawea. Fisheries staff hope to gather around 1.4 million eggs, which should allow them to stock around 400,000 salmon to Lake Sakakawea in May. Learn more in this week's webcast.
It’s hunting season in North Dakota and in this week’s segment of North Dakota Outdoors Mike Anderson reminds us of some simple hunting safety tips to follow.
Mike Anderson visits with Hunter Education Coordinator Brian Schaffer to discuss some simple hunter safety tips and ethics to follow when in the field this fall.
In this week’s segment of North Dakota Outdoors, Mike Anderson explains what deer hunters can do to help slow the spread of chronic wasting disease in North Dakota.
In this week's webcast, find out what steps the Department is taking to try to limit the spread of chronic wasting disease in North Dakota.
In this week’s segment of North Dakota Outdoors, Mike Anderson takes us to Kidder County to preview a project where more than 50 wetlands are being restored.
Find out how the 2020 pheasant season is shaping up in this week's webcast.
One tool biologists use to help track population trends of upland game birds is roadside brood counts. Learn more in this week's North Dakota Outdoors.
Find out how the 2020 waterfowl season is shaping up in this week's North Dakota Outdoors webcast.
Learn about the Report All Poachers program in this week's North Dakota Outdoors.
The Report All Poachers program, a cooperative effort between the North Dakota Wildlife Federation, North Dakota Game and Fish and State Radio, has been in place since 1983. The program provides an opportunity for the public to report game and fish violations. Learn...
North Dakota Game and Fish Department fisheries biologists are experimenting with stocking advanced walleye fingerlings later in summer. Mike Anderson explains in this week’s segment of North Dakota Outdoors.