Mother Eagle ON DNR Eagle Cam Finally Lays EggBetter late than never: Minnesota's favorite Mother Eagle finally laid an egg Monday.
Winter Misery Index: This Year Is Worse Than Last FewIf it feels like this winter has been a little more "miserable" than the previous winters, you may be right.
Hands-On Learning Takes Classroom Onto Frozen LakeIt's one thing teaching environmental science from a textbook. But experiencing the lesson firsthand is even better.
Cougar Sighting Confirmed On Wisconsin Trail CamA wild sight captured on a trail camera in northwestern Wisconsin was no ordinary cat.
Despite Cold Streak, DNR Says Stay Off The IceIce dusted in snow makes for a beautiful backdrop in Excelsior bay of Lake Minnetonka, but it does not mean it's safe to walk on.
Amid Mild Weather, DNR Urges Safety On The IceAfter two anglers died in northern Minnesota over the weekend, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is reminding the state’s outdoor enthusiasts to be careful on the ice amid the unseasonably warm temperatures.
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.