DNR Eases Restrictions On Spring Turkey Hunting LicensesTurkey seasons runs from April 15 to May 31. The season is divided into six hunting periods (A through F).
Minnesota Temporarily Bans Movement Of Farmed Deer Over Chronic Wasting DiseaseThe Minnesota Department of Natural Resources on Monday temporarily banned the movement of all farmed white-tailed deer within the state to try to limit the spread of a fatal brain disease.
EPA Announces $1,750,000 Grant To Restore St. Louis River Estuary AreaThe Minnesota DNR is already beginning to implement projects to restore the river.
Environmental Group Planning To Sue DNR For Failing To Protect Lynx From TrappersAn environmental group has put the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources on notice that it plans to sue the agency for failing to protect Canada lynx from trappers.
Entrance Fees At State Parks & Recreation Areas To Be Waived On Black FridayInstead of heading to the mall on Black Friday, consider heading on an adventure.
DNR EagleCam Fans Can Now Listen InTheir screeches change depending on if they are talking to each other or other birds. The hope is that Sid and Nancy have eaglets so they too can be heard.
Mosquito-Borne Virus Found In Minnesota Ruffed GrouseMinnesota wildlife officials say three ruffed grouse in Itasca County have tested positive for a mosquito-borne virus.
‘It Just Took My Breath Away’: Increase In Eagles Seen At Lake MinnetonkaThis might be one of the best times to see a bald eagle.
‘We Were Starting To Float Out’: 11 Ice Fishers Stranded After Ice BreaksThey were all ice fishing on Upper Red Lake.
DNR: Trumpeter Swans That Appear To Be Trapped On Freezing Lakes Are (Probably) FineWildlife officials are reminding the public that when trumpeter swans and other waterfowl appear to be trapped on icy water they are, in most cases, fine.
Deer Carcass Disposal Locations Available In Certain Areas Ahead Of Deer Hunting Season OpenerThe DNR is offering the service to help combat the spread of chronic wasting disease among deer in the state.
DNR Rejects Ban On Lead AmmunitionMinnesota wildlife officials have rejected a request from environmental groups to ban the use of lead in rifle bullets, birdshot and fishing tackle.
DNR Spreads The Word On New CWD RegulationsWildlife managers say they're close to rounding up enough trash bins to dispose of deer carcasses in zones of Minnesota where they're trying to stop the spread of chronic wasting disease.
DNR: 5,700 Young Hunters Bag Deer During Youth SeasonThe Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says there was a strong response to the first statewide season for young deer hunters.
New Street Signs Going Up Around Bde Maka SkaWith their ladders, wrenches and big green signs, city crews are giving a new look to an old lake. On Monday morning, workers were busy renaming streets around Bde Maka Ska to more accurately reflect the areas new identity.