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More counties join WIA program

More counties join WIA program

Believing landowner interest, at least for now, had been thoroughly sought in the “original 21,” the DNR now will seek signups for its Walk-In Access program in 14 more counties

March 2013
APR meetings come to SE Minnesota

APR meetings come to SE Minnesota

The DNR this week held two public meetings in the southeastern part of the state to determining whether it will ask permission to continue antler-point restriction

February 2013
Minnesota Bill calls  for 5-year wolf hunt moratorium

Minnesota Bill calls for 5-year wolf hunt moratorium

The legislation that supporters of the state’s wolf hunt hoped wouldn’t come – but figured would come – is here.

February 2013
A pretty easy winter for Minnesota whitetails

A pretty easy winter for Minnesota whitetails

Last year, deer across the state – save for a few in the far northeast – experienced the kind of winter custom-made for herd growth

February 2013
USFWS responds to latest animal rights wolf lawsuit

USFWS responds to latest animal rights wolf lawsuit

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service prefaced a press release last week by stating it “does not comment on pending legal action.”

February 2013
Vilsack says CRP signup set for May

Vilsack says CRP signup set for May

General signup is announced at Pheasant Fest

February 2013
Surveys show strong  support  for APR

Surveys show strong support for APR

Hunters in the southeastern part of the state are more supportive than they have been in the past of regulations that require them to shoot only bucks that have at least four antler points on one side

February 2013
Moose numbers plunge, again

Moose numbers plunge, again

DNR suspends hunt indefinitely

February 2013
Humane Society brings post-season lawsuit against region’s wolf hunts

Humane Society brings post-season lawsuit against region’s wolf hunts

With Minnesota’s first modern-day wolf hunt recently in the books, animals rights groups wasted no time in filing a federal lawsuit

February 2013
Minnesota Moose population falls 35 percent; state suspends hunt

Minnesota Moose population falls 35 percent; state suspends hunt

On the heels of an aerial survey that showed the moose population in the state’s northeastern corner has dropped by 35 percent since last year – and 52 percent since 2010 – the DNR announced today it will not hold a moose hunt unless the population recovers.

February 2013
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