DOUG LEIER: Late spring appears to have little impact on N.D. fish production
Published 11/24/2013, Grand Forks Herald
The long winter and tardy spring of 2013 disrupted a lot of outdoor activities. The weather also influenced North Dakota wildlife, particularly upland game birds, which experienced a relatively poor reproduction year that state Game and Fish Department biologists partly attributed to a delayed start to the nesting season and cool, wet weather early on when nesting did start.Word count: 597
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