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Rock County, where farming has crowded out birds, gains some land dedicated to them
Luverne basks in success of the Governor's Opener, this time without the governor.
Hunters each fall gauge prospects for success against time and cost required.
Farms are not offering as much cover for game birds as they once did, and Conservation Reserve Program acreage is falling.
The finding, announced Monday, renewed public attention on the state's ongoing, multifaceted fight against the spread of CWD. Thousands of more deer will be sampled.
He once received the state's forest stewardship award.
Steve Cordts, waterfowl staff specialist for the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, said the dip in participation is in keeping with an overall languishing trend in the sport throughout the Upper Midwest.
These ducks are a highly sought game because they are so tasty and challenging to shoot.
The DNR hopes a shift to cooler weather will contribute to a set of conditions that's already favorable in many areas.
The state's ruffed grouse season opens Saturday. But birds were scarce in 2017 with an assortment of theories about what went wrong.