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January 27, 2009

Reminder: Fleeing an officer is a felony

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) conservation officers, deputy sheriffs, police and other law enforcement officers remind citizens that fleeing an officer on foot or in any vehicle, including all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) and snowmobiles, is a felony offense. Depending on the circumstances of the event and whether there were injuries or deaths, penalties can […]

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Eagle activities at Raccoon and Turkey Run, Feb. 6-8

Turkey Run State Park and Raccoon State Recreation Area are teaming up to offer an weekend of bald eagle activities, Feb. 6-8.  Road trips to eagle roosting and nesting sites, seminars on owls and raptors, presentations on birding, along with plenty of time to socialize with fellow birding enthusiasts will highlight the weekend. Turkey Run

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Osprey nest in southern Minnesota one highlight of nongame programsuccess

After 150 years or more, ospreys may successfully nest south of the Twin Cities. Last spring, an osprey pair attempted to nest in Le Sueur County on a power pole adjacent to fish rearing ponds at the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) fisheries facility at Waterville. This is the first documented case of an active

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Eleven conservation wardens take to the field

Madison – Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Secretary Matt Frank today announced that 11 conservation wardens have completed their year-long training and will be taking their posts in communities throughout the state in the coming weeks, boosting protection of Wisconsin’s natural resources and public safety. The wardens were hired in the fall of 2007, prior

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Most hunters receive spring turkey tags by mail, also available online

With spring gobbler season just around the corner, hunters will be happy to know that turkey tags are now being mailed to most hunters. Thanks to changes in the licensing system administered by the S.C. Department of Natural Resources (DNR), most spring turkey hunters will receive a set of turkey tags in the mail the

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