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    By Doug Leier My job as an outreach biologist is everything from working with local media and civic and school groups, to checking on possible fish kills, and even surveillance of moose or other critters in places we'd rather not have them. Researchers weigh a fawn after fitting it with a...
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    By Doug Leier Like a lot of people my age and older, my early impression of a wildlife professional was the Marlon Perkins/Jim Fowler "Wild Kingdom" type who millions of people got to see working directly with wild animals in exotic places. The Game and Department relies heavily on 50 or so...
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    By Doug Leier The well documented and discussed wet cycle and expansion of fisheries is not new to most anglers, or even people who don't fish. Anyone over the age of 25 can attest to the continuing growth and expansion of water and fisheries in North Dakota. 20 years ago Game and Fish...
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    by Doug Leier Wildlife management has changed over time. One prime example is the historical practice of feeding wildlife - deer, birds and just about everything in between, especially during winter when people perceive a shortage of food. This practice was once embraced by most wildlife...
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    Doug Leier With more than 175 WMAs in North Dakota, land management is essential. For most of us, the road traveled matters little once we've arrived at our destination. Seldom do we realize - or appreciate - when beginning a pheasant hunt across the prairie, the time and energy it takes...
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