The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says high temperatures may be contributing to fish kills in lakes around the state.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has finalized rules for the state’s first regulated wolf hunt later this year.
Minnesota will be cracking down this fishing season on boaters who spread unwanted hitchhikers such as zebra mussels, Eurasian watermilfoil and spiny water fleas.
State burning restrictions are being lifted next week in 13 more Minnesota counties.
Hunting and fishing fees in Minnesota are on the verge of going up.
The outdoors groups that angled for higher license fees could have to shell out more money for hunting and fishing after the Minnesota Senate voted Monday to raise the fees for the first time in 11 years.
The spring green-up is allowing authorities to lift burning restrictions in 13 Twin Cities metro and central Minnesota counties.
Think of it as Minnesota’s version of the hit TV show “River Monsters.” A giant lake sturgeon caught in the Minnesota River earlier this year by Jeremy Redberg was a sight to behold.
Minnesota’s new park reservation system is about to resume taking some camping and lodging reservations after crashing nearly three weeks ago following its launch, the state Department of Natural Resources said Tuesday.
Another record-setting weather day and one has to ask, “what are the animals thinking?”
The Department of Natural Resources is warning of high fire danger over the southern half of Minnesota this weekend.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is proposing to let hunters and trappers take 400 wolves this fall.
This has been a disappointing winter for Minnesota snowmobilers so far, but Gov. Mark Dayton has set Sunday as the start of Snowmobile Safety Awareness Week in Minnesota.
Minnesota has received encouraging news in the fight to keep chronic wasting disease out of its deer herd.
The Minnesota DNR announced Tuesday it has awarded more than $7 million to 28 local communities through its Parks and Trails Legacy Grant Program.