Daily Edge for Tue. 8/27 – Still Windy

WINDIEST.  Today’s gusts of 40 mph or more will mark the windiest stretch of the week, along with the coolest.  While we tighten our caps and jackets, we cover media of all three traditional types – video, written and audio – that will have you ready for fall.

Featured Photo:  MORNING WALK.  A whitetail doe passes through an alfalfa field. Simonson Photo.


WEATHER (Bismarck Forecast):
Today:   Tue 8/27 – Fallish – Hi 64, Lo 53, Wind NW@30, G40
Tomorrow:  Wed 8/28 – Recovery – Hi 72, Lo 49, Wind NW@10, G20


SOLUNAR (Bismarck Times):


Sunrise        Sunset
6:56AM       8:32PM


Moonrise      Moonset       Overhead    Underfoot
3:09AM        7:07PM         11:10AM           11:41PM


Moon Phase:  Waning Crescent (12% Full)


EDGE HOUR:   6:30-7:30PM.  On a gusty day, moonset will help with the bite in our Edge Hour




ON THE MOVE.  A cool interactive video marks the movements of the collared mule deer with the longest known migration in the recent history of tracking such travels. The short details the importance of preserving corridors for wildlife movements.

FOWL READ.  The NDG&F has a new book out detailing the history of waterfowl in North Dakota.  Recognized as a top duck producing state, and certainly holding that spot this year, the compendium covers just how important habitat and waterfowl are through stories, interviews and pictures.

SHOOT BETTER.  The Paragon School of Shooting has a great podcast loaded with tips and suggestions for better shooting of clays and birds.  Download for your daily commute to the office, or the field.






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