Researchers have found that ticks that were once isolated to southern Illinois are now being found in the northern part of the state and vice versa.
Spend a little time now checking and maintaining ice fishing equipment to avoid damage and the need for costly repairs or replacements!
How Illinois will use the funds, made up of non-taxpayer dollars from Outer Continental Shelf lease revenues, is unclear. There will be limitations because the funds come through federal matching grants that leverage public and private investment.
Two public meetings to address possible changes.
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State willing to team with U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to pay for the project but wants changes to a $275 million draft plan the federal agency released last year.
The DNR has been opposed to supplemental feeding but appears to be neutral on a proposed University of Illinois deer study.
Federal grand jury indicts five Illinois men on charges of illegal waterfowl hunting in Fulton County
The five-count indictment includes charges of conspiracy and violating the Lacey Act, both felonies, which, if convicted, are punishable by up to five years in prison and fines of up to $250,000.
A resident of McLeansboro, Folden is a 15-year veteran of DNR.
Bears, bobcats, gray wolves and mountain lions expanding into some areas they have not inhabited in years.
Tyler Lubbat of Wheeling and Alec Berens of Channahon honored, with Lubbat the first-ever repeat selection.
Indiana officials say that cooperative arrangement helped save the Hoosier state's annual brown trout restocking in and along the state's Lake Michigan shoreline.
Right now, it is not uncommon to get two- and three-man limits in less than two hours while trolling or even casting.
In Minnesota, Kawishiwi River and stretch of Mississippi, along with Kinnickinnic River in Wisconsin and middle fork of Vermilion in Illinois included in that top-10 at-risk list.
Illinois youths harvested 664 turkeys, down from last year's opening weekend total of 776.
Four Minnesotans also named honorable mention; Great Lakes region has strong presence.
Pare down your selection for this spring hunting season to maximize your gobbler conversations.
In making the announcement, Zinke, presents a ceremonial check to the Wisconsin DNR for nearly $35 million while visiting the Horicon Marsh State Wildlife Area.
The rules apply to more than 260 miles of the river between Wabasha, Minn., and Rock Island, Ill.
Clever new apps pique interest in the out-of-doors via smartphones for kids and adults alike.
- Minnetonka High School reigns in state fishing
- Your Daily Wisconsin Outdoor News Update – June 19, 2018
- Fisheries biologists look for answers, grass carp in Sandusky, Maumee rivers
- Your Daily Minnesota Outdoor News Update – June 19, 2018
- Smelt die-off not expected to impact walleyes on North Dakota’s Lake Sakakawea
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