Ducks Shot By Minnesota Hunters Test Negative For Bird FluTests on over 750 ducks shot by Minnesota hunters this fall have turned up no signs of the kind of bird flu that devastated the Midwest poultry industry earlier this year.
Tests On Ducks Could Provide Early Warning On Bird FluAs the poultry industry braces for a potential return of bird flu this fall, wildlife managers expect the first results next week from tests that could provide an early warning on whether ducks are carrying the disease as they fly south for the winter.
DNR: Minn. Moose Population Estimated At 4,350Wildlife managers have estimated Minnesota's moose population at 4,350. While that's higher than last winter's figure, they say there's been no significant change in the population trend. Lou Cornicelli, wildlife research manager for the DNR, says the new estimate is very close to 2012's estimate of 4,230.
DNR Reports Good News From CWD Testing In SE Minn.Minnesota has received encouraging news in the fight to keep chronic wasting disease out of its deer herd.
Suspicious Deer Tests Negative For CWD In SE Minn.The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says a deer acting oddly near Oronoco had some symptoms of chronic wasting but tested negative for the disease.