Minnesota Deer Were Exposed To Insecticides, Study FindsA preliminary study shows that deer throughout Minnesota have been exposed to a certain class of insecticides, the state Department of Natural Resources said Monday.
MN DNR’s EagleCam Update: Mother Laid An EggThe Minnesota DNR announced an update to the ever-popular EagleCam: Mom laid an egg!
More Deer Hunting Means More Lead Poisoning In Eagles, Raptor Center SaysMore Minnesotans went deer hunting than previous years, which means more eagles had access to deer remains left behind.
Minnesota DNR Paying For Black Spruce Cones As Part Of Reforestation ProjectThe Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is proving that the phrase “money doesn’t grow on trees” is not necessarily true.
DNR: 115-Pound Cougar Struck, Killed By Vehicle In BloomingtonThe Minnesota DNR is investigating how a cougar made its way into Bloomington.
Minnesota DNR: Fire Dangers High This Weekend Despite Cool TemperaturesOn Friday, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources warned the public that fire dangers are high this weekend despite the cool temperatures. 
Viewers Flocking To Watch EagleCam After Pair Lays 3 EggsThe Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says its EagleCam is getting record views this month as three eggs have been laid in the nest.
‘We’re All Behind You’: Minnesota DNR Officers Give Best Wishes To Officer Arik MatsonA Minnesota officer shot in the line of duty is getting support from fellow officers in uniform.
Minnesota DNR Appeals Court Ruling Against PolyMet Copper-Nickel MineThe Minnesota Department of Natural Resources on Wednesday asked the state Supreme Court to overturn a lower court decision that rejected some of the most important permits for the proposed PolyMet copper-nickel mine.
'I Don't Like It At All': DNR Stops Water Transfer From Minnesota To Western StatesThe Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says it sees "virtually no scenario" in which it would approve a permit for a company proposing to transfer water from Minnesota to the Southwest.
What's Happening With This Season's Leaves?Trees are signaled to lose their green chlorophyll by daylight hours and weather conditions. They need warm, sunny September days and cooler nights.