These cases represent the first detections of HPAI in wild Wisconsin mammals.
Wisconsin DNR Reports
Volunteers make record-setting discoveries.
Eagles was found along the Milwaukee River in Fredonia near the Washington-Ozaukee county line.
Thanks to input from hunters and new scientific research, changes are coming to the 2022 migratory bird hunting season.
The walleye regulation for multiple water bodies will switch to the standard walleye regs for the Ceded Territory in northern Wisconsin.
Bats, which are coming out of hibernation across the state, are a vital part of many ecosystems because they consume many biting insects and agricultural and forest pests.
DNR seeking public comment on 2022 deer season.
Bonus harvest authorizations are $10 for residents and $15 for non-residents. Both residents and non-residents will have equal opportunities for purchase.
Deer season planning meetings scheduled March 21-31.
Public tip started DNR warden investigation In 2018.
Will go to customers who applied for a wolf harvest permit or preference point for the Fall 2021 wolf harvest season.
Since the start of the new year, there have been 11 snowmobile fatalities. There were 13 fatalities in 2021.
36th annual Bald Eagle Watching Days coming Jan. 15-16.
Two common non-native aquatic plants in Wisconsin include the curly-leaf pondweed and Eurasian watermilfoil, which remain hardy in winter giving them an advantage over native aquatic plants.
Although there’s been an uptick in barn owl sightings in Wisconsin and other Upper Midwestern states, and has been speculated that a few may be nesting now in southern Wisconsin, this is the first time in more than two decades a nest has been confirmed.
Tree stand accidents are the leading cause of serious injury to deer hunters. (Photo by Tyler Frantz)MADISON, Wis. – The Wisconsin DNR cautions hunters to avoid placing deer stands in or near ash trees this deer season. Most ash trees in the southern half of Wisconsin, Door County and the Mississippi River counties are dead or dying from emerald ash borer…
Invasive carp compete with native species for food and habitat, so a healthy and diverse fishery is a positive sign.
Deer numbers are trending upward in much of the state.
Holiday pheasant stocking expands to 25 state properties.
After the policy board bumped the limit to 300 wolves in August, DNR officials recently opted for a quota of 130 animals.
Robert Metropulous, of Arbor Vitae, won first place in this year’s wild turkey stamp category, Mark Kanitz, of Markesan, took first place in the pheasant design category, and Brian Kuether, of Greenfield, won the waterfowl design category.
In addition to zone and date changes, hunters will see a state waterfowl stamp fee increase from $7 to $12.
Unprecedented funding and attention adds to gains on the ground.
European frogbit, a prohibited invasive plant with the potential to invade shallow or slow-moving water areas, found In Oconto County.
DNR has restored the previous recreational regulations.
The DNR randomly selected the three hunters from a drawing pool of more than 25,000 applicants. The winning hunters are from the greater Madison, Marshfield and Manitowoc areas.