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September 8, 2011

MN: Cuffs and Collars Issue: 36

District 1 – Baudette area CO Ben Huener (Roseau) monitored bear baiting activity before the bear-hunting opener. He saw a slow opener to the early goose season with less than one goose per hunter, and a few cranes being killed. CO Larry Milbridge (Warroad) attended regional training in Bemidji and worked the early goose opener.

MN: Outlook upbeat for 2011 bow deer opener

105 days of bowhunting starts Sept. 17, ends Dec. 31 St. Paul – State bowhunters will take to trees, ground blinds, and other forms of concealment when the archery deer hunt begins Sept. 17. And what they find will vary across Minnesota, but likely won’t be drastically different than recent seasons, according to Lou Cornicelli,

MN: Calendar of Events Issue: 36

Banquets/Fundraisers. Sept 8: North Shore RGS Banquet, 5:30 p.m., American Legion Post 413. For more info call Julie Puch, 218-387-1923. Sept. 9: Perham DU Banquet, 5:30 p.m., Perham Lakeside Golf Club. For more info call Tony Paul, 218-371-6338. Sept. 9: Brainerd Chapter MDHA Banquet, 5 p.m., The Legacy Golf Course, East Gull Lake. For more info call Jack

WI: Deer ticks now spreading a new bacterial disease

Madison – A new disease has been identified in Wisconsin and Minnesota that’s being spread by a familiar pest – the deer tick. Ehrlichiosis is a bacterial infection caused by a newly discovered species of bacteria called ehrlichia. Since 2009 at least 25 cases have been reported in Wisconsin and Minnesota. The Mayo Clinic has

WI: DNR’s ‘enterprise’ efforts are under scrutiny

Madison – The DNR and the governor have a deal: The DNR will be exempt from some of the restrictions of the Department of Administration if the DNR improves its customer service and saves money. The deal sets the DNR up as an “enterprise agency,” per an agreement between Gov. Scott Walker, DNR Secretary Cathy

WI: Cuffs and Collars Issue: 18

District 10 – Wautoma area Wardens Judi Nigbor, of Montello, and Nate Ackerman, of Berlin, contacted a boater on the Waupaca chain for a no-wake violation. The operator also was cited for OWI. Warden Nigbor closed a case involving traps being left after the season. Several animals were caught in these traps. The subject was

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