New York gunmaker Remington will expand its operations to Alabama in a move that will create over 2,000 new jobs over the next 10 years
Agency says no final decision on 2014 moose hunting until after it consults with Ojibwe bands in 1854Treaty area.
Emergency deer feeding due to the harsh winter will occur in a portion of northeastern Minnesota
According to reports out of Will County, a deer culled at the Kankakee Sands Preserve tested positive for chronic wasting disease.
Most conservation groups support the pending new law
What will the walleye-fishing regulations look like for Lake Mille Lacs, the popular mid-Minnesota fishing destination, this year?
Two snowmobilers, missing in the backcountry near Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park for more than 24 hours during blizzard weather conditions, were rescued Monday afternoon
The lives of the three more hunters are about to get a little busier in 2014.
Technology will help Minnesotans enjoy state’s natural resources
Gov. Andrew Cuomo will place language in the 2014 fiscal budget that would give DEC the authority to develop regulations allowing for crossbow use in New York.
Rob Naplin, a longtime DNR employee who most recently served as wildlife manager in the Park Rapids area, died at his home Tuesday.
Preliminary First-Day Bear Harvest Results
Wildlife biologists will examine the remains of a cougar found on a farm near Morrison in rural Whiteside County
Thirty-year fisheries research and management veteran replaces Dirk Peterson, who retired in October.
Concerns remain disease could resurface in N.Y.
Baudette man faces $375 in fines and restitution for killing a tundra swan in Lake of the Woods County in October.
Keith R. Slick, 32, of Baudette is scheduled to appear in Lake of the Woods County Court in December.
Groups combine to pledge $3,800 for information leading to conviction in Elk County.
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources has closed Wolf Harvest Zone 2 to hunting and trapping of gray wolves effective Wednesday, Oct. 23, 3 p.m
Many public lands remain open to hunters, recreationists during federal government shutdown
It didn’t take long for the effects of the federal government shutdown, which began Tuesday morning, to start being felt.
State hunters have a target harvest of wolves of 220, 180 fewer than Minnesota inaugural hunt.
Minnesota will conduct its first August Canada goose season from Saturday, Aug. 10 to Sunday, Aug. 25, the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) said.
An Illinois man has been arrested for harvesting shovelnose sturgeon from the Wabash River and selling the sturgeon eggs.
Two-fish bag; 18- to 20-inch harvest slot; one over 28 inches allowed
The Minnesota DNR explains the process behind its walleye management fisheries strategy for Lake Mille Lacs in 2013.