The peaceful call of loons in northern Minnesota is coming under attack by the pestering buzz of biting black flies. “It must be hard for them to see, let alone even breathe,” said Lori Naumann, a non-game specialist with the Department of Natural Resources.
If you see a turtle crossing a road this spring, the DNR advises you to leave it alone.
Bird lovers can get a close-up look at a pair of peregrine falcons nesting in downtown St. Paul.
With live, streaming video, watching wildlife up-close, in real time has never been easier. In one Minnesota school district, it’s becoming part of the curriculum for first graders.
Some elementary students in St. Michael are getting quite the treat this spring with a front row seat to see a mallard nesting, waiting for her ducklings to hatch.