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  1. 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
  2. Lessons from trout openers past

    Ron Schara

    It can be a valuable exercise, with surprising results, to turn the page to earlier fishing seasons.

    Story | Conversation | April 20, 2005
  3. A lesson in blue-winged teal

    Ron Schara

    No doubt they're fast; if the wind is howling, those 1-pound bundles of feathers will scream over the cattails like a swamp rocket.

    Story | Conversation | October 06, 2003
  4. Learning the 10 lessons of the hunt

    Ron Schara

    Ten ways to be a successful deer hunter (or be gracious and humble if you aren't already)

    Story | Conversation | October 11, 2002