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Northland Outdoors

'Be prepared' was good advice for Boy Scouts. It also works for adults.
Hometown Heroes Outdoors has offered nearly 2,200 outdoor excursions — all of them free — to more than 3,000 people in 26 states.
"Millennia after glaciation, the Northwoods of Wisconsin have become a refugium for species trying to survive a modern climate," writes Cade Campbell.
Showers will move across the region Friday with showers lingering for parts of Minnesota and Wisconsin on Saturday.

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The spring weather in farm country was good for chicks, but the lack of habitat remains an issue.
"Ghost pipe is generally declared a parasite, but radioactive phosphorus first injected into ghost pipe was later found in neighboring trees. Nature is rarely as simple as we think," writes Emily Stone.
A cold front will bring much cooler air to the region with highs staying in the 60s for some.
Duluth drops its requirement for hunters to take a doe before harvesting a buck.
A slight move after seeing two good bucks together on the first evening sit in North Dakota on Sept. 3 leads to a 2-yard shot from 8 feet high in the tree. Video and written details of what worked for Morken on opening weekend.
I have been lucky to take advantage of this migration and have spent many hours bellied out on the shoreline targeting the numerous species of shorebirds that have taken a recess and a lunch break on the many potholes and sloughs of North Dakota.
We will stay dry and sunny across the region Friday through Labor Day, but a few will deal with some much cooler air.
In a wide-ranging fun discussion, Northland Outdoors host Koel and hunting personality Randy Newberg touch on memorable hunts, proving the worth of public land access and why llamas, not horses, are a preferred way to help get into backcountry terrain.
Located not far from the more popular parks along Lake Superior, George H. Crosby Manitou State Park is home to wilderness, challenging terrain and real solitude on the wooded trails that reach cascades and waterfalls along the Manitou River.
James Hofmann, who runs JimmyOgraphy, a video production company in St. Cloud, decided he’d flip his iPhone upside down and catch some footage of whatever it was in the water. It was a jellyfish.

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