Lake Mille Lacs is a hotspot for catching walleyes this time of year. But customers caught something they weren’t expecting during Monday’s launch trip at Twin Pines resort – a struggling black bear.
Department of Natural Resources officials will be holding a press conference soon to discuss a bear attack incident that happened Monday night in northern Minnesota.
Reward money has now been tripled for information leading to the arrest of those involved in illegally killing a black bear. The bear was shot while hibernating in a culvert near Star Prairie, Wis., in February.
Black bear sightings in the suburbs are rare, but neighbors in one south metro city are on the lookout. That’s because a bear was seen roaming residential streets in Cottage Grove Wednesday morning. Police think it weighed as much as 250 pounds.
A North Branch teenager recently had his own man-versus-beast encounter.
A collared black bear was killed near Ely on Thursday after it entered a garage where children were, snarled at them, and refused to leave, says the Minnesota DNR.
For the second day in a row a black bear has wandered into a populated area. This time the bear was spotted in Lino Lakes running out of a ditch and into the path of a car.
For the second time in six months, a black bear wandered around a St. Paul neighborhood before being shot and killed by police.
St. Paul Police say they were advised to shoot and kill a bear roaming in the Frogtown neighborhood.
Lon Feia has a whopper of a hunting story to share.
There’s concern that Hope, one of the world’s most famous black bears, may be dead in northern Minnesota.
Minnesota has a state tree, the red pine and a state bird, the common loon. But Minnesota doesn’t have a state mammal.
The bear was spotted around 4:30 a.m. Friday near the intersection of Henry Street and Second Avenue.
Researchers have found the state’s black bear population continues to expand from its usual forest habitat into farmland in northwestern Minnesota, raising the chances of dangerous run-ins with humans.
Internet sensation Lily the black bear has again given birth in her northeastern Minnesota den — this time to twin cubs.