State Parks Give Free Admission On Black FridayWhile many Minnesotans spent Black Friday shopping for bargains, state parks were also packed. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources waived fees to enter all 75 state parks.
DNR: No Shortage Of Pheasants In MinnesotaWildlife managers say Minnesota pheasant hunters should keep their gear handy.
DNR: Harvest Numbers Show Growth In Deer PopulationThe Department of Natural Resources says the state’s deer populations have grown, as shown by harvest numbers from the second weekend in the firearms season.
DNR Investigates Alleged Deer Chase On Dr. Palmer's LandThe Minnesota Department of Natural Resources said Thursday it was investigating a report of potentially illegal hunting activity on land owned by the dentist who was sharply criticized for shooting a well-known lion in Zimbabwe.
Minn. DNR's EagleCam Goes Live On 'Give To The Max' DayFans of the popular Minnesota DNR EagleCam, rejoice! The live stream is now up. The DNR says the live stream, which began streaming Thursday, shows the same female eagle from last year.
Walleye Limit Raised For Upper Red Lake By DNR This WinterOfficials have raised the walleye limit for anglers on Upper Red Lake this winter, and those fish can be from a broader size range.
Minn. Hunters Gearing Up For Firearm Deer SeasonIt is "Orange Friday." That means in just a few hours, more than half a million Minnesotans will head to the outdoors for the opening of deer hunting season. It is a long-standing Minnesota tradition. The Department of Natural Resources says it expects this year's deer harvest to be relatively low, between 140,000 and 155,000 deer.
Struggling Mille Lacs Lands National Bass Fishing TournamentMinnesota resorts hurt by the walleye crisis will reel in thousands of new customers next year.
Charges: 3 Men Found With Over 2K Pounds Of Turtle Meat In Off SeasonThree Frazee men are facing wildlife violation charges after they were found to have turtle meat in their possession during the off-season. Kevin R. Ketter, 54, Jordan M. Ketter, 21 and Darwin D. Bartel, 54, have all been charged with possessing snapping turtles during a closed season.
Moorhead Man Accused Of Drowning Deer Pleads Not GuiltyA Moorhead man has pleaded not guilty to charges that he pursued a deer with a pontoon boat until the animal drowned. Fifty-five-year-old Steven William Timm is charged in Mahnomen County with two misdemeanor counts, animal cruelty and chasing a wild animal with a motor vehicle.
Minn. Supreme Court Declines To Hear Bear Researcher Lynn Rogers' CaseThe Minnesota Supreme Court has declined to reconsider a decision barring wildlife researcher Lynn Rogers from putting radio collars on black bears.
DNR Releases Timeline For Deploying New Buffer StripsThe Department of Natural Resources has issued a timeline and other details as it works to implement Gov. Mark Dayton's buffer strip law.
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