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By Nick Simonson   While the North Dakota Deer Archery Season opens at noon on a Friday, I rarely get out for an afternoon hunt, like I do for the firearms opener.  The end of summer, the beginning of school, family events and the busy Labor Day weekend tend to curtail any hopes of getting...

RRREV IT UP!  This weekend is going to be great!  With warm temperatures, light winds, and mostly dry conditions until tomorrow night, it’ll be one of those stretches you want to bottle up and save for January.  We go around the horn (and talk about horns) in today’s R-themed Outdoors Roundup. Featured Photo:  Run, little...

OUT OF SIGHT. Summer may be waning, but there’s plenty to see (and hear) in the outdoors.  We talk in today’s Three Things about identifying animals by their sounds, plus other tips for a fun time in the wild, no matter the season!   Featured Photo: A doe and fawn are caught in a close...

QUICK STOP.  A quick shot of rain can’t be ruled out this afternoon, and some storms may become severe with high temps and spiking dew points.  We look ahead to what comes after the storm and keep an eye on what’s going on at home and and outstate in today’s three things. Featured Photo: A...

PEEK-A-BOO.  You should be seeing bucks in velvet on your trail camera and, if you’re lucky, in person.  Along with growing antlers, it’s common to start seeing growing fawns trailing their mothers as we get into summer.  We talk about that and more, in today’s Three Things.   Featured Photo. I See You.  A young...

SUPER SATURDAY.  How about that?  The calmest day of the week falls on a Saturday.  If you aren’t out there getting some sort of hunting in (or maybe some fishing later in the day when it warms up) you probably don’t have a pulse!  If that is the case, Halloween is only a few days...