Leier: Nongame species just as important as their big game counterparts
Published 02/23/2011, INFORUM
Biologists categorize more than 80 percent of North Dakota’s wildlife species as nongame, or those that don’t answer to the name of rooster, buck or sprig. And yet, the few species for which hunting or fishing is allowed attract the lion’s share of concerns from people who enjoy the outdoors.Word count: 489
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