There’s nothing like a trip to North Dakota to interrupt the duck migration. I spent three days there this week with Joe Berglove and Sever Peterson, and like every trip to North Dakota, I brought Maxie Cam with to help capture it.
A 61-year-old man is counting his blessings, happy to be alive after his boat capsized while duck hunting. Gary Veenhuis fell into Pelican Lake in Buffalo Township before sunrise Monday morning. The Albertville man was in the cold water for more than two hours. Then a stranger came along.
Despite a record late ice-out, spring waterfowl surveys show that Minnesota’s breeding duck population has improved from last year. The Department of Natural Resources estimates the state’s breeding duck population at 683,000 compared with 469,000 last year.
Danny Haataja didn’t quite get the $1,300 or more he was likely aiming for, but he did manage to get one bidder to purchase his potato he says looks exactly like a duck.
Take a look at this potato harvested by Danny Haataja in rural Menahga in central Minnesota.
The duck hunter is a rare breed, willing to go great lengths to see wings over decoys.
More than 1,000 people with hopes of smashing a world record gathered in Kenosha for a giant game of Duck, Duck, Goose.
Although this year’s heavy rains have caused considerable flooding in the Midwest, they have also done wonders for Minnesota’s wetlands and the waterfowl that live there.
A couple from St. Anna looks forward to the return of a special duck and her mate each spring at their lakeside home.
Aflac is betting a sales manager from Minnesota has the voice to drive the name “Aflac” into the recesses of your brain and keep it there.