Department Of Natural Resources
Fisheries officials plan to kill part of the cormorant population on Lake Vermilion in northeastern Minnesota because the lake’s perch population has been falling, and they’re worried that the decline could eventually harm the lake’s walleye numbers.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is sharing new details into “Operation Squarehook.” That is the codename of the undercover operation that netted at least 31 people in what is being described as the largest fishing bust in some 20 years.
Minnesota’s bears are emerging from hibernation, but wildlife managers say there’s no need for alarm — just preparation.
Wisconsin outdoor enthusiasts who attended the Conservation Congress’ spring hearings narrowly voted to ban wolf hunters from using dogs, even though they overwhelmingly approved new regulations governing the practice on the same ballot.
Spring fire restrictions will soon take effect in Minnesota, so the Department of Natural Resources is asking those who wish to burn yard waste to do so soon.
Last year’s spring melting and subsequent floods wiped out a historic swing bridge at Jay Cooke State Park.
Critics of wolf hunting in Minnesota took their case to the State Appeals Court today. They argue the state moved too quickly to establish a hunting season last year.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is looking for volunteers to help with its annual frog and toad calling survey — where you sit out in nature, simply listen and record what you hear.The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is looking for volunteers to help with its annual frog and toad calling survey — where you sit out in nature, simply listen and record what you hear.
The Department of Natural Resources is trying to find out why the moose population in the state is plummeting.
Approximately 15,000 people logging into a live video stream of an eagle’s nest every day will probably not get the happy ending they’re seeking.
A recent study found the reason for the shrinking of White Bear Lake is the growing use of ground water. A citizens’ group is taking the DNR to court for allowing it to happen – and now the state is trying to stop that lawsuit.
Minnesotans may be able to start hunting Canada Geese this summer.
On pool six of the Mississippi River, just south of Winona, a school of Buffalo fish is Tim Adam’s desired catch.
Minnesota’s most-watched eagle’s nest is having its patience tested.
Prosecutors have charged a former Department of Natural Resources official accused of illegally accessing drivers’ license data on thousands of Minnesotans.