DNR: 7 Potential Cases Of CWD Found In Southeastern Minn.Seven deer in southeastern Minnesota may be infected with chronic wasting disease, according to the Department of Natural Resources.
DNR: Zebra Mussels Confirmed In Medicine Lake"After at least six years of reports of zebra mussels on Medicine Lake that turned out to be negative, it’s disappointing to make this confirmation."
Mandatory CWD Testing For Many Minnesota Deer HuntersCWD first made its presence known in Minnesota back in 2010 in a single deer southeastern part of the state.
No Pheasants For Dayton At Governor's HuntThe seventh annual Minnesota Governor's Pheasant Hunt proved to be difficult for hunters in the Marshall area.
DNR: Minnesotans Should Be Concerned About Endangered Bee’s SurvivalBiologists with the Department of Natural Resources are searching for areas in Minnesota where an endangered species of bumble bee lives in an effort to understand how best to protect the pollinators.
DNR: Minnesota’s Wolf Population Likely Grew 25 Percent In Last YearA new survey suggests that Minnesota’s wolf population has increased 25 percent in the last year, and experts say it’s likely because deer populations have also grown in the predator’s range.
Duck Hunting Season Begins SaturdayOfficials are expecting duck hunting to be good when Minnesota's regular waterfowl season opens a half-hour before sunrise Saturday.
DNR: Malware Found On Tettegouche State Park ComputersState officials are warning Tettegouche State Park visitors about possible credit card fraud stemming from malware found on the park's computers.
White Bear Lake Ruling Favors Homeowners, Faults DNRFor more than a decade the vanishing water of White Bear Lake perplexed residents and recreationists alike.
Owl Attacks Girl, 3, In Lake Bemidji State ParkThe DNR says the owl might have attacked because it felt its young were being threatened.
DNR: More Deer Means More Opportunities For HuntersThe Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says deer hunters will find additional opportunities this fall due to a rebounding in deer populations.
DNR To Tag, Monitor Invasive Carp In St. Croix, Mississippi RiversTake an invasive carp, implant an electronic tracking tag in it, and monitor its movements in Minnesota waters.

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