Should Hunters Be Allowed To Target Trumpeter Swans?A federal plan to let hunters shoot trumpeter swans has drawn fire from some of the people who toiled to bring the majestic white birds back from the brink of extinction.
DNR To Appeal White Bear Lake Water Level RulingThe DNR decided to make the announcement now because many area communities are concerned about what impact regulations will have.
DNR Appealing Court Order On White Bear Lake GroundwaterA Ramsey County judge restricted well-drilling and lawn watering last month in an effort to maintain water levels on the popular lake.
Police: Black Bear Hit, Killed By Car In CorcoranAuthorities are telling residents in the northwest metro to be on alert after a dead black bear was found on a road.
1 Zebra Mussel Confirmed In Lake Harriet, But No Treatment NecessaryThe Minnesota DNR says a single zebra mussel has been discovered in Minneapolis’ Lake Harriet.
Minnesota DNR Says Pheasant Population Falls 26 PercentMinnesota's pheasant population has fallen 26 percent in the last year due to the loss of habitat in the state's farm country.
Oases At The Minnesota State FairIt's not all crowds of people. There are green spots to give yourself a breather too.
First Emerald Ash Borer Case Confirmed In Brooklyn ParkBrooklyn Park city officials and the Minnesota DNR have confirmed that at least one tree in the city has emerald ash borer.
Lake Vermilion State Park Campground May Open In SeptemberThe DNR broke ground on the campground in 2015. It's designed to accommodate more than 250 nightly guests in tents and recreational vehicles.
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: Entire Minnesota River Added To Infested Waters ListThe Minnesota Department of Natural Resources now says the entire Minnesota River has been added to the Infested Waters List.
Walleye Fishing Returns Friday To Mille Lacs LakeDNR officials said Thursday that catch-and-release fishing and the use of live bait will return to the lake at 6 a.m. Friday.