Minnesota DNR: Bald Eagle Laying First Egg Caught On EagleCamThe Minnesota Department of Natural Resources caught one of their bald eagles laying an egg on their EagleCam Thursday.
'This Bird Is Going To Be OK': Bald Eagle Injured In Fight Released Back Into WildA territorial fight between two bald eagles over the St. Croix River in July ended with one of the birds badly injured.
Deputy, Reserve Rescue Bald Eagles From St. Croix RiverA concerned resident called the sheriff's office, saying the bald eagles looked "in pretty rough shape." The sheriff's office says the birds became entangled, possibly from fighting, and fell into the water.
Bald Eagles Soar At Wabasha's National Eagle CenterAs the ice on our lakes and rivers melt away, fishing picks up -- and not just for humans.
Stork To Bring Latest Addition To DNR's EagleCamThe Minnesota Department of Natural Resources' EagleCam could soon be getting a new co-star.
Bald Eagle Killed And Mutilated Near Albert LeaThe U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has opened a criminal investigation after a bald eagle was found mutilated in a plastic bag near Albert Lea.
Best Ways To Spend New Year's Day In MinnesotaNew Year's Day offers an opportunity to get out and do new things without the hassle of crowds.
Best Places To View Wildlife Near MinnesotaVisit a Minnesota wildlife center this summer. Here are five of many great opportunities.
Feuding Bald Eagles Wake West St. Paul NeighborhoodPeople in a West St. Paul neighborhood woke up to an unusual site this morning.
Sandhill Cranes Make Huge Minnesota ComebackJust as our national symbol, the bald eagle, has become a common sight across all parts of Minnesota, there is yet another comeback worth celebrating. The 23,000-acre Carlos Avery Wildlife Management Area is nature's oasis; a sort of wild sanctuary for all kinds of critters, offering all of them a perfect habitat in which to roam.
Bald Eagles Migrating Back To Minnesota As Waters Open UpBald eagles are migrating back to Minnesota, and the Department of Natural Resources says they may be seen in large numbers across parts of the state over the next few weeks. A DNR official says eagles typically come through the area in mid-to-late March, as waters begin to open up and the snow melts.