Have you ever seen a blue bullfrog in Iowa? The Iowa DNR had reports of sightings from southern Iowa late last month. There are several genes that make a frog green or brown, and these genes result in various structures being created in the frog’s skin layers. The lower skin layer reflects light, and as that light […]
July 5, 2017
With the ban on night fishing already in place for the season, walleye fishing on the lake effectively closes at 10:01 p.m. Thursday, July 6, and reopens at 6:01 a.m. Friday, July 28.
Longtime wildlife officer Mike Miller assumes lead position.
The fourth annual Shoot for Hope, benefitting the TreeHouse-Sandstone, is scheduled Saturday, July 15 and again will feature a clay targets tournament as well as a banquet and live auction. Registration for the shoot, at Wings North in Pine City, is from 10:45-11:45 a.m. Saturday, with sporting clays action starting at noon. Registration includes 100
Effort ongoing to reintroduce the threatened silverspot butterfly by releasing caterpillars at specific sites across the state.
Among other things, Katahdin area also regarded as a birding hotspot.
Landowners dealing with damage done by deer to their crops, forested land or landscaping can sign up for a program that allows hunting on their property.