The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says testing for chronic wasting disease is finished and no deer were positive for the disease.
The state’s search for additional evidence of chronic wasting disease continues to come up empty.
This year’s particularly harsh winter has hit northern Minnesota’s deer population hard. And if spring doesn’t kick in soon, even the survivors could be in trouble.
Dogs caught chasing deer may be killed by a person other than a peace or conservation officer, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR).
Testing of more than 350 deer has so far found no cases of chronic wasting disease in southeastern Minnesota.
Testing for chronic wasting disease is off to a positive start: the latest tests on deer in southeastern Minnesota have turned up negative.
Those leading the fight against chronic wasting disease in southeastern Minnesota say a plan to kill and test deer is off to a strong start.
The Department of Natural Resources will hold a public meeting to discuss chronic wasting disease in southeastern Minnesota.
A federal laboratory has confirmed that a white-tailed deer killed near the southeastern Minnesota town of Pine Island has tested positive for chronic wasting disease.
Minnesota wildlife officials have found the state’s first probable case of chronic wasting disease in a wild deer, which was shot near the southeastern town of Pine Island, the Department of Natural Resources announced Friday.
It seems like every day we’ve had some snow this winter and nearly every commute has been affected by snow and ice. However, not all the accidents this winter have been caused by the weather. Minnesota’s wildlife is partly to blame.
A 52-year-old Oak Grove man was killed Wednesday afternoon after a deer flew through his windshield and struck him, according to the Anoka County Sheriff’s Office.
Officials with the Minnesota Department of Public Safety are out with a message in hopes of reducing car-deer crashes during this time of year when deer are most active: “DON’T VEER FOR DEER.”
Hunters, there’s no reason to head north. First stop should be Hines’ backyard!
The firearm deer hunting season opened with some changes to the registration process.