No sage grouse hunting in ND for 7th straight year
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — There will be no sage grouse hunting in North Dakota for a seventh straight year, after a spring survey indicated a record-low number of males, the state Game and Fish Department said.
The department's spring survey counted 31 males on six active strutting grounds, or leks, compared to 50 males on 11 active leks last year.
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