Learn about the nationwide mid-winter waterfowl survey.
The mild winters of the last few years are a fond memory to many of us faced with this year's seemingly endless snow and frigid temperatures. For our wildlife that snow, piling higher and higher each storm, is more than just an inconvenience. It can present insurmountable challenges. Learn more in this week's webcast.
Learn about some of the challenges the North Dakota Game and Fish Department will be facing in 2017.
Watch this week's webcast for an overview of ice fishing prospects in eastern North Dakota.
One benefit of the cold weather the last couple of weeks is that lakes and ponds are freezing up, and ice fishing season has begun! Watch this week's webcast for an overview of ice fishing prospects in western North Dakota.
The 2017 legislative session starts January 3. Learn more about Game and Fish related legislation in this week's webcast.
https://gf.nd.gov/legislation - Game and Fish Related Bill Listing
Ice is starting to form on our lakes and ponds, and soon it will be time to break out the ice fishing gear. This webcast discusses some of the regulations currently in place for ice fishing in North Dakota.
Hunter surveys are critical for successful game management. Learn more about these surveys in this week's webcast with game management section leader Stephanie Tucker.
Find out how this year's salmon egg collection on Lake Sakakawea went in this week's webcast with fisheries biologist Russ Kinzler.
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.