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Celebrating 50 years of the Wilderness Act on a pristine north country lake

Celebrating 50 years of the Wilderness Act on a pristine north country lake

While the Wilderness 50 Conference was occurring in Albuquerque, N.M., the Drieslein clan was birding and traipsing across an Upper Midwestern wilderness area.

October 2014
Two Kawkawlin men ticketed for over bag limit on redhead ducks

Two Kawkawlin men ticketed for over bag limit on redhead ducks

Two Kawkawlin men, both 22 years old, were ticketed Tuesday, Oct. 14, for being over the bag limit for redhead ducks

October 2014
Prime time autumn upland bird hunting: woodcock season

Prime time autumn upland bird hunting: woodcock season

Flight Times: With timberdoodle migration kicking in, get ready for wet boots and surprising flushes.

October 2014
September early teal season a hit with hunters

September early teal season a hit with hunters

For the first time in nearly 50 years, Michigan hunters took to the state’s wetlands in pursuit of early season teal, and DNR officials believe the first season in a three-year experiment went relatively well.

October 2014
Accidents mar the start of ’14 hunts

Accidents mar the start of ’14 hunts

A tragic firearms-related death of a young girl on Drummond Island during the youth hunting season remains under investigation by the Chippewa County Sheriff’s Department.

October 2014
Hares could benefit from forest management

Hares could benefit from forest management

Researchers investigating the whereabouts of Michigan snowshoe hares confirm what hunters have said for quite some time: The big rabbits with the white winter coats have vanished from places where they once were abundant and hunted

October 2014
Keep venison under your treestand, not under your car

Keep venison under your treestand, not under your car

Whitetail rutting behavior means more deer-auto collisions during the heart of October. How should you avoid them? In a word: Honk!

October 2014
Pope and Young Club announces potential new world record woodland caribou

Pope and Young Club announces potential new world record woodland caribou

Massive specimen could top the Dempsey Cape caribou, which has stood for 48 years.

September 2014
Releasing a dog from a foot-hold trap

Releasing a dog from a foot-hold trap

Our fields, forests, and streams are shared by many individuals who have one important thing in common: They deeply love the outdoor opportunities the state has to offer.

September 2014
Bowhunting's 'stuff' a lengthy list

Bowhunting's 'stuff' a lengthy list

Gearing up for another archery season

September 2014
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