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North Dakota Outdoors: Winter conditions and feeding wildlife


February 14, 2022

The philosophy of feeding wildlife has changed over the years.

Thankfully, winter didn't really start until December. Living in North Dakota we've felt winter begin in October some years and drag into what should be spring.

The later winter begins and the earlier it exits is mostly better for resident wildlife.

So far, this version of North Dakota winter has been benign if you are a deer, pheasant or other resident wildlife trying to survive one day at a...

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