The outcry and disturbing rush to judgement over an African big game hunting story exposes the sorry, dysfunctional state of public discourse in the 21st century digital world.
Wildlife, national parks, forests and grasslands, monuments, and a classic tourist trap draw the family truckster west from Minnesota.
America’s national parks contain beautiful and amazing but wild and sometimes dangerous big game that demand we pay attention and trek with respect.
Plinking with the .22 is fun, builds basic firearms familiarity, and establishes safety rules for young shooters
Hundreds of hunters, friends and family, and natural resources advocates turned out Thursday night to thank a Minnesota conservation leader for more than three decades of hard work… and results.
A rite of spring for decades in the author’s family, three generations hand-plant oaks and crabapples for wildlife – game and nongame alike
Pheasants Forever, National Wild Turkey Federation, Trout Unlimited sign letter with other hunting, fishing, and conservation groups to demand that Congress reject efforts to sell or transfer federal public lands
In-Fisherman legends, Jeff Arnold of Reed’s Sporting Goods, Rapala, Vexilar, Northland Tackle among others join 48-year-old Outdoor News, Inc., as newest members of expanding Minnesota Fishing Hall of Fame and Museum
You’ll learn more about ice fishing in 1.5 minutes with the godfather of modern ice fishing than the school of hard knocks can teach you in weeks.
Wrapping up some late-winter outdoors-related news, including honors for the late Don McMillan, as Minnesota hurtles toward spring and 2015 Northwest Sportshow season
U.S. Senate version appeared last week and contains NAWCA funding and LWCF dedication
The ranking system from Charity Navigator provides a starting point for determining how well an organization converts money into action
The Legacy Act, which passed in November 2008, marked five years with an anniversary forum on Thursday with clean water and parks and trails dignitaries on hand, plus some old school sportsmen.
No dead trees near your home for attracting and photographing the north country’s largest woodpecker, the pileated? Consider installing one!
An optimistic group of hunters, conservationists, farmers, and wildlife professionals rendezvoused for first-ever Minnesota Pheasant Summit in Marshall where they devised some top wildlife priorities for the region.
Armed with fewer doe tags, firearms hunters have killed 31,000 fewer whitetails from the same time a year ago, the DNR says
Tempted to text? For hunting in Minnesota, it’s illegal to use cell phones or any electronic devices to aid in the taking of big game or small game.
Taking a break from fall hunting, the author enjoyed a great border waters outing via the old reliable jig and shiner minnows
While the Wilderness 50 Conference was occurring in Albuquerque, N.M., the Drieslein clan was birding and traipsing across an Upper Midwestern wilderness area.
DNR, governor will convene hunters, farmers, conservationists, and other stakeholders to discuss strategies to increase the state’s ring-necked pheasant population
Prohibit acquisition with the proposed $10 increase in the cost of the federal Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation Stamp? No thanks.
Making memories: Visiting Hayward’s Fishing Hall of Fame and sea kayaking on the world’s largest freshwater lake
Of birds, football, and the NFL: Minnesota’s favorite sports franchise can’t take the high road? Also, a recap from ICAST 2014
Speaking of Schara, congratulations on 20-year broadcast anniversary(!), and speaking of video, Outdoor News editor appears on National Geographic Channel’s new program The Savage Line.
Fishing license sales have rebounded this spring from the same time a year ago, plus a resolution from the Izaak Walton League of America regarding a proposed early blue-winged teal hunting season
Former DNR Commissioner Gene Merriam and outdoors advocate announces retirement from his position as president of the Freshwater Society