Created in the 1960s the North Dakota Game and Fish Advisory Board is made up of eight members, four landowners and four hunter/anglers. Board members serve as liaisons between the department and the North Dakota public. Bi-annual meetings are held in each of eight districts giving citizens an opportunity to discuss fish and wildlife related issues. The 2016 fall meetings have been scheduled for Nov. 28 - Dec. 6. Learn more in this week's webcast.
Fall brings an upturn in deer movement increasing the chances of encountering deer crossing roads. Learn more about avoiding collisions with deer in this week's webcast with wildlife division assistant chief Casey Anderson.