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Tony and Kathy Mommsen pedaled and paddled through Grand Forks in early September 2021 on the first leg of their adventure.
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“Nobody has done it solo that I’m aware of – male or female,” Eklund said. “So I’m the first one. And as far as kayaks go, I don’t think anybody’s done it in a kayak.”
Hometown Heroes Outdoors has offered nearly 2,200 outdoor excursions — all of them free — to more than 3,000 people in 26 states.
The North Dakota Game and Fish Department's July brood count survey tallied a 36% increase in duck broods from last year, an estimate 5% higher than the 1965-2021 average.

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The third annual National Loon Center Loon Calling Contest will take place Saturday, Sept. 24, 2022, at the Crosslake Town Square during the annual Crosslake Days. The contest is a celebration of the wildlife and sounds iconic to the north woods, according to organizers.
Showers will move across the region Friday with showers lingering for parts of Minnesota and Wisconsin on Saturday.
Two in-person public auctions will be held in October, an online auction to be held later this fall
Area MnDNR Conservation Officer Weekly Reports -
The Pequot Lakes Area Historical Society and Crow Wing County recently dedicated a kiosk at the base of the Paul M. Thiede Fire Tower in Pequot Lakes in honor of Art Savage, a longtime Minnesota Department of Natural Resources forester who died more than two decades ago.
An eight-legged camp visitor wowed us with its engineering prowess.

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Minnesota’s waterfowl season opens Sept. 24 with no sign of the once-storied duck's return to the state.
Good Samaritans went out of their way to save a goose from an ugly end
Set up along a muddy riverbank in south Grand Forks, Caden Erickson was hoping to catch a catfish, when he got a bite about 8:30 p.m., shortly before dark.

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