Minnesota’s Wolf Population Sees Slight IncreaseThe latest survey of Minnesota's wolf population estimates a slight increase. The Department of Natural Resource says the annual survey ticked upward to 2,278 wolves. That's about 50 more than last year's estimate.
DNR Confirms 2nd Starry Stonewort Infestation The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has confirmed a second infestation of starry stonewort in the state.
DNR: 5 More Lakes Infested With Zebra MusselsThe Department of Natural Resources says it’s confirmed reports of zebra mussels in five Minnesota lakes.
Good Question: How Does The DNR Count Fish?The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources announced Tuesday walleye fishing will go on at Lake Mille Lacs this season, even though anglers have reached their walleye quota for the year.
Anglers Surpass Mille Lacs Walleye Quota; Season To Remain OpenMore fishing, and warmer July temperatures, have caused the state to exceed its walleye harvest limits on Mille Lacs Lake. But instead of triggering an immediate closure on the troubled lake, the state says fishing will continue.
Zebra Mussels Found In 2 More Minnesota LakesThe Invasive species are in East Spirit Lake in Otter Tail County and in Lake Osakis in Todd and Douglas Counties.
DNR To Stock Muskie In Brainerd, Fairmont Lake ChainsThe Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is releasing muskie into the Gull Lake chain near Brainerd and the Fairmont chain of lakes in southern Minnesota this fall.
DNR Won't Rebuild Flood Damaged Dam At Blue Mounds State ParkThe Department of Natural Resources has decided against rebuilding a dam at Blue Mounds State Park near Luverne in southwestern Minnesota.
Anglers Set 2 Different Catch-And-Release Records On Same DayThe Department of Natural Resources says that on May 8 Cindy Pawlowski, of Frazee, caught a record lake sturgeon and Steven DeMars, of Stillwater, caught a record flathead catfish.
EagleCam Update: Young Eagles On The Wing All three eaglets in the DNR’s EagleCam nest appear to have taken flight. The fledging eagles will use their nest as home base as they learn to hunt and soar. Soon, they’ll be on their own.
Here’s What You Need To Know About Fish KillsIf you've been near a lake lately, you may have seen -- or smelled -- dead fish washing up on shore. It's called a fish kill, and a lot of people have been talking about it lately.
Red River Diversion Supporters, Opponents Disagree Over PermitsThe decision by a Minnesota watershed district to back out of an agreement for a Red River diversion project around the Fargo area has raised questions about permits for the planned $2.1 billion channel.