Highlights from Dave Lee’s visit to Park Rapids….click the link above to listen!
Jeremiah Watt captures people dangling off boulders and surfing down mountains, highlining between cliffs and deepwater diving into the abyss. We asked Watt for his top tips for taking amazing adventure photographs, and here’s what he had to say.
Looking for a vacation with an edge? Instead of traveling to a city, take your next trip to nature and hang out at these treehouse hotels.
Need a cool vacation idea? Why not visit some of the most epically remote places on earth? Check out our list of favorites provided by Thrillist.
On the Stone Arch Bridge spanning the Mississippi River, environmental studies students basked Thursday under a warm October sun. And for instructor Jean Unzicker, no topic was more controversial than debate over the science of climate change.
Wolf experts from 19 nations will meet in Duluth for a major symposium this weekend focused on the future of the animal and its interactions with people.
An Arkansas couple was giving an interview to the local TV station when they were interrupted by something no one expected. Check out the video.
Another record-setting weather day and one has to ask, “what are the animals thinking?”
New York air traffic was affected by some turtles on the runways at JFK airport yesterday.
White-tailed deer have retreated to the conifers. Mangy wolves near Grand Marais are stealing suet balls put out for birds in residential neighborhoods. Snow is piling up thigh-deep in some parts of the Northland.
Many of you probably took lots of pictures over the weekend or maybe even received a new digital camera as a Christmas gift. Instead of taking lots of picture of your family members and friends, consider stepping outside and taking some photos of nature.
Think of it as thinking outside the park. To get more people interested in nature and outdoor recreation, state parks are going to accelerate not only what is done inside parks but also outside park boundaries.
Minnesota has announced the award of $3.6 million in 35 grants through the new Conservation Partners Legacy grant program.
If Minnesota is known for one thing, it’s the great outdoors and hiking is one of the best ways to experience it. So lace up your boots and hit some of the best hiking trails in the Twin Cities.
Weekly notes with naturalist Jim Gilbert.