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May 23, 2011

Minnesota DNR announces new live peregrine falcon webcam

A live webcam has been placed in a peregrine falcon box that is located in the Bremer Bank building in downtown St. Paul, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources’ (DNR). The falcons can be viewed by clicking here. “We are very excited to provide this webcam, which allows the public a close-up view

Pigeon Lake passage project allows fish to move in and out

A remote lake deep in the Chippewa National Forest is benefitting from an innovative construction project that was completed last fall. Three agencies – the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR), Chippewa National Forest, and Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe – removed a concrete dam-and-culvert from the outlet of Itasca County’s Pigeon River impoundment and

Lake Erie fish kill not caused by VHS

Sandusky, Ohio – Testing for viral hemorrhagic septicemia in Lake Erie walleyes was negative, reports Ray Petering of the DNR Division of Wildlife. Walleyes by the thousands have been washing up on Lake Erie beaches throughout the month of May. The fish kill, however, appears to be waning, Petering says. Fisheries biologists feared that VHS

What’s happening with Michigan’s HAP

Michigan hunters – especially those who live in the southern part of the Lower Peninsula – should weigh in during the comment period for the Department of Natural Resources’ Hunting Access Program (HAP) before the June 8 deadline. The DNR is seeking to increase the program from its current 8,000 acres. The program was created

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