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  1. 2010 Competitors

    Competitors 2010: Mitchell Hewitt

    Story | Conversation | May 21, 2009
  2. When coyotes are good guys

    James Swan

    Remember the good old days when Canada geese were majestic wildlife? Growing up on an island in Lake Erie, every fall vees of honkers crossed the eastern horizon at sunrise as I sat in a duck blind. They were coming from Jack Miner's refuge along the...

    Story | Conversation | March 05, 2009
  3. Fishing Adventurer

    Sundays, January thru March At 8:00 a.m. on ESPN2 This week on Fishing Adventurer Saturday June 5th, 2010 QUEBEC, CANADA. THE RUPERT RIVER Cyril is back on the Land of the Cree Aboriginals, this time to fish the beautiful Rupert River, know...

    Story | February 26, 2008
  4. The Ice Kings of Lake Champlain Part II

    The Ice Kings of Lake Champlain Part II

    Story | Conversation | March 05, 2007
  5. Inside BASS: Next stars on display at Junior Championship

    Tim Tucker

    Inside BASS: Next stars on display at Junior Championship

    Story | Conversation | December 29, 2006
  6. Help wanted: dog to chase geese off campus

    Sarah Ovaska

    Aaron Schettler, Meredith College's grounds manager, had a mounting problem: more than 100 pounds of goose dung. Per day. More than 100 Canada geese wander the campus year-round, leaving their droppings on sidewalks and other walkways. "It is unsi

    Story | Conversation | December 12, 2006
  7. Understanding waterfowl: Resident geese


    Skeins of Canada geese winging their way south in fall and north in spring have long symbolized the changing of seasons and a connection to far-off, wild places. However, in recent years, an increasing number of people throughout the U.S. are seeing Canada geese in their communities year round. The last time I checked, there were still four seasons. Is this some new breed of Canada goose that has lost migratory behavior? Who are these year-round residents, and where did they come from?

    Story | Conversation | May 31, 2006
  8. Changing landscapes

    Ron Schara

    A Minnesota hunter will go afield this fall in both, strangely enough, the best and worst of times. So many deer abound; hardly a quail to be found. Ruffed grouse in a low to high cycle; sharptail grouse in a downward spiral. Canada geese flying like flocks of pests; ducks winging over troubled waters. There is no mystery in these changing wildlife populations. Geese thrive while quail disappear for only one reason: a changing landscape. It's a lesson in wildlife dynamics we've been slow to learn

    Story | Conversation | May 31, 2006