Report 25 - Some very important biannual advisory board meeting are coming soon. Being a legislative year, numbers attending will likely be higher. Greg gives details. He also tells us specifics on the schedule.

Report 26 - Greg tells us his department recently recognized volunteers across the region. A lot of folks that help make what the department does possible. He also encourages people to volunteer.

Report 27 - With spring upon us, many species are migrating north again; including the whooping crane. Greg gives us details. He also tells us that identifying these birds can be tricky.

Report 28 - A lot of dates are coming and going regarding hunting applications. Greg gives us details on the deer gratis application. He also gives us an update on turkey tags.

 

Report 29 - Greg's department just recently summarized last year's pronghorn hunting season. He gives us the details. Also with spring in the air, Greg reminds you to get your new fishing license.

Report 30 - The bald eagle is actually a nesting species in North Dakota. Greg talks more about active eagle nests in the state. He also tells us where to observe the nests and what to do if you encounter one.

Report 31 - Joining Greg and I, is wildlife veterinarian Charlie Bahnson. We talk chronic wasting disease in this report. Charlie discusses the status of the disease in North Dakota with deer. He also gives us a snapshot of this scenario nationwide. Greg has an important reminder.

Report 32 - Joining Greg and I, is wildlife veterinarian Charlie Bahnson. We talk wasting disease again in this report as Charlie tells us what his department is doing to address CWD. He also tells us what hunters can do to help. Greg has an important reminder.