Doing some spring cleaning? Don’t forget those bird feeders.
April 14, 2021
“This revelation provides insight into how unique predation behaviors start, are learned, and persist in wolf populations.”
The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department says a disease affecting rabbits and hares previously found in western states may be moving eastward. Rabbit hemorrhagic disease (RHDV2) is a virus known to be extremely lethal to wild and domestic rabbits, including cottontail rabbits and snowshoe hares. RHDV2 was first found in New Mexico in 2010, but
Highlights include new open-water duck zone.
It’s a rite of spring, but again this year, it’s a no-go.
It’s the first 16-plus-pounder recorded in the state.
Genetic testing showed the animal, killed by hunters, originated from a population of wolves found in Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan.
Jeff Benda is based in North Dakota, where he is an avid outdoorsman and family man. He spent 25 years in the restaurant industry and ran a successful catering business. He now focuses his time home cooking as a creative outlet to transform wild game and bring it into traditional recipes from around the world
The weather continues to play havoc with the fishing around the area, and despite the cooler temps, the walleye spawn is reaching its peak in many areas.