Rob Drieslein

Title Issue
Birders and conservationists unite: feral cat battle comes to Minneapolis 

Birders and conservationists unite: feral cat battle comes to Minneapolis 

Proposed trap, neuter, and release feral cat ordinance in city of Minneapolis should never see the light of day.

September 2013
Citizen’s petition asks Indian bands to stop shooting northeast Minnesota moose

Citizen’s petition asks Indian bands to stop shooting northeast Minnesota moose

Twin Cities’ cupcake queen has a love for moose… and a beef with Minnesota tribes still looking to shoot them

August 2013
Minnesota has a trophy gray wolf population: Let's manage it that way

Minnesota has a trophy gray wolf population: Let's manage it that way

Summer grab bag column focuses on wolf hunting, annual Outdoor Leaders Award, plus a link to a great fly-fishing video.

July 2013
A habitat-improvement rite of spring: slashing and burning bountiful buckthorn

A habitat-improvement rite of spring: slashing and burning bountiful buckthorn

For songbirds and possibly even amphibians, this nasty woodland invasive species demands aggressive control.

June 2013
UPDATED: Outdoor Heritage Bill 2013: What’s it going to be Gov. Dayton?

UPDATED: Outdoor Heritage Bill 2013: What’s it going to be Gov. Dayton?

Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton needs to veto at least part of the 2013 Legacy funding bill.

May 2013
Drama in the Junior Duck Stamp contest, walleye closures, and a DU award

Drama in the Junior Duck Stamp contest, walleye closures, and a DU award

Grab-bag blog highlights news from the federal junior duck stamp contest, a walleye closure on Little Cut Foot Sioux Lake, and an award for Minnesota’s own John Lindquist.

May 2013
An incredible hunter, writer, and friend named Mike Strandlund

An incredible hunter, writer, and friend named Mike Strandlund

Rob Drieslein remembers Bowhunting World Editor Mike Strandlund, who died suddenly last weekend

April 2013
Latest chapter in feral cat drama: Audubon and Ted Williams make nice

Latest chapter in feral cat drama: Audubon and Ted Williams make nice

Williams apologizes, Audubon benches him for one issue, but his column returns in a summer edition

March 2013
In bizarro world, the feral rat lobby trumps conservation

In bizarro world, the feral rat lobby trumps conservation

Recent feral cat headlines are as absurd as this satirical piece about protecting feral rat colonies.

March 2013
Feral cats and a spineless decision from the Audubon Society

Feral cats and a spineless decision from the Audubon Society

Environmental group capitulates to feral cat advocates and ends association with outdoors scribe Ted Williams

March 2013
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