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North Dakota isn't called the "Duck Factory" for no reason. Located smack dab in the middle of the Central Flyway, a virtual waterfowl superhighway from Canada to the Gulf Coast, North Dakota's vast wetlands lends itself to perfect duck nesting habitat. With that, obviously, comes great duck hunting. Here are some of the best duck hunting areas in North Dakota.

“I love the look of initial discovery. When you have someone who has never been out before and you find something, it’s a great feeling”   Becky Barnes grew up as a self-proclaimed “girl who loves monsters.” You wouldn’t find her playing with Barbies or a doll house when she was young. Instead... Read More
North Dakota is a cinematographer’s playground. Diverse landscapes from the wide open lush farmlands of the Red River Valley, natural beauty of our rivers and lakes including the historic Missouri River and enormous Lakes Sakakawea and Devils Lake that give way to the rugged canyons and buttes in... Read More
Thinking of filming in North Dakota?  The Tourism Division of the Department of Commerce is the first point of contact for inquiries about film and media productions in North Dakota. The State of North Dakota currently has no incentives for productions. The Tourism division can assist... Read More
UAV/Drone Drone use, or the use of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), in productions is becoming increasingly popular across the nation. Regulations surrounding drone use continues to evolve and change.   Federal drone laws apply to every state in the U.S. Drone regulations are enforced by... Read More
North Dakota recognizes the independent nation status of each reservation and does not claim any authority or jurisdiction on reservation lands. The North Dakota Film Commission encourages filmmakers to respect Indian lands and people who contribute to their work so they will be welcomed to return... Read More
Permits No general permit is offered or required to film in North Dakota. The Division of Tourism of the North Dakota Department of Commerce can assist with permitting questions. While the Department of Commerce does not issue permits, its relationships and contacts with destinations across the... Read More
“What people see in me I hope are good things. They can say that this man is genuine. That he is somebody that is trying the best he can, not only for his people, but for himself and for his family.” History is charitable. It always has something to offer, even for those who don’t realize they’re... Read More
While it's true that Grand Forks is a bustling college town and the largest city in northeast North Dakota, it is much more than that. The city, and its sister city of East Grand Forks, Minnesota, have a knack for making visitors feel young at heart - much like the thousands of University of North... Read More
Our state agencies work diligently to make life better for the people who live here, work here or visit. We want anyone interacting with our state government to know they are interacting with the people of North Dakota. Evolving and unifying the brand helps convey that message. North Dakota — Be... Read More
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