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.
Lino Lakes Man Pleads Guilty To Killing Protected SwansA Lino Lakes man was sentenced to 90 days in jail Wednesday after he pleaded guilty to killing two federally protected trumpeter swans.
Hautman Brothers Finish 1-2-3 In Prestigious Art ContestThree Minnesota brothers have hit the trifecta of the wildlife art world, taking the top three spots in the prestigious Federal Duck Stamp art contest. Joseph Hautman, of Plymouth, won with his painting of a pair of trumpeter swans.
Record Admissions At Wildlife Rehabilitation CenterThis calendar year witnessed a record number of injured and orphaned wild animals receiving a helping hand. It was only possible due to the staff and volunteers at the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in Roseville.
More Trumpeter Swans Getting Shot In MinnesotaDuring this year's open of waterfowl season, the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center admitted more trumpeter swans for bullet wounds than ever before.
Minn. DNR Investigating Trumpeter Swan DeathsDespite warnings to hunters, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says it is investigating a number of trumpeter swan deaths.
Monticello's 'Swan Lady' Loses Life To CancerThere are few places in Minnesota where the raw beauty of wildlife comes so close, so loud. The astonishing sight of hundreds, at times thousands, of trumpeter swans creates a stirring cacophony across the Mississippi River's frigid waters.