The 2017 Iowa deer harvest is running less than 1 percent ahead of the 2016 totals, according to a news release by the Iowa DNR.
DYERSVILLE – The Iowa DNR received laboratory results last week confirming that ammonia toxicity in runoff from a dairy was responsible for an October fish
Iowa’s furbearer season opens Nov. 4, and the outlook for 2017 is good as populations are stable to increasing statewide, according to a news release
Sitting along the west bank of the Mississippi River in Louisa County, Lake Odessa, with its network of islands, waterways and hidden sloughs, might be
The first zebra mussels in the Iowa Great Lake chain were discovered in the fall of 2012 and have increased in numbers since.
SPIRIT LAKE, Iowa — The Iowa DNR reported that it discovered 26 3- to 5-inch gizzard shad in East Okoboji Lake as part of routine sampling
The parking lot of the Super 8 at Interstate 29 and Highway 175 fills each fall with trucks pulling boats covered with duck blinds. For
State wildlife experts are crediting a series of mild winters and an abundance of meadow vole prey in grasslands.
COGGON, Iowa — Word is starting to spread through hunting circles in east central Iowa about a new wildlife area surrounding Buffalo Creek, on the