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A pair of sandhill cranes walk through a field near Toad Lake last fall. (Brian Basham/Record)

DNR may ask for season in NW MN

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I doubt that few Minnesota waterfowl hunters are eagerly awaiting an announcement, but there may be a decree so in, from the state DNR. Sandhill cranes aren't an important part of our hunting seasons. The DNR would ask the Flyway Council for permission to allow hunting in the extreme northwestern corner of the state. This would be the Counties of Marshall, Roseau, and Kittson, with the town of Lake Bronson about the middle of it.


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