With turkey opener just a few weeks away, start studying the habits of gobblers in your hunting area right now.
Border waters provide some the first opportunities to launch a boat and work the schools of pre-spawn walleyes and saugers.
Tournament anglers who win regularly and recreational fishermen who fill the live-well monitor the “little things.”
Minnesota is ground zero for Pheasants Forever, the nonprofit wildlife conservation organization having formed in St. Paul in 1982.
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Before time slips away, step away from the routine and carve out meaningful time to connect with your family. Kids grow up so fast; the older generation won’t be around forever.
The translocation boosted the park's wolf total to eight – four males and four females – including the last two survivors of a dwindling population that had occupied the park for about 70 years.
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The March 4 deadline applies to lakes south of an east-west line formed by U.S. Highway 10, east along Highway 34 to Minnesota Highway 200, east along Highway 200 to U.S. Highway 2, and east along Highway 2 to the Minnesota-Wisconsin border. The deadline north of that line is the end of the day Monday, March 18.
Remarkable tome with a remarkable inscription provides a window into the earliest days of North American birding and conservation.
The DNR is targeting a localized area to remove infected deer; permits go into effect on March 2, and public meeting scheduled March 4.
The system didn't work when it first went live Jan. 30. The 1,200 to 1,300 people who managed to make reservations back then lost them when the system failed and will have to try again with everyone else.
Tactics for working your retriever after small-game season wraps up – even when the powder is three feet deep.
Positive result marks the first time the fatal deer and elk disease has been found in a wild animal outside of southeastern Minnesota.
Darren Troseth caught a lake sturgeon measuring 78 inches (and 29.5 inches around) and weighing an estimated 120 pounds Feb. 9 while fishing on the St. Croix River near Bayport.
The DNR is considering allowing the walleye harvest during the cool-water periods in the spring and fall. But the exact number of keepers won't be announced until mid-March.
A certified instructor since 1966, Dave Olson is one of the 4,000 volunteers across the state who are the backbone of the DNR Enforcement Division’s firearms safety program.
Rep. Jamie Becker-Finn is sponsoring several bills that target deer farms to try to stop the disease from spreading from captive to wild deer. Another would give the University of Minnesota $1.8 million to develop faster and more sensitive diagnostic tests that farms and regulators could use on live deer and hunters could use to make sure their venison is safe to eat.
Plan out your winter brushpile forays, or your bunny hunting will be a bust.
The female wolf crossed over an ice bridge formed by the recent polar vortex en route to an area close to Grand Portage, where she was translocated from in early October 2018.
About half of the state's roughly 300 bird species head south to warmer climates in the winter, and the birds that stay are tough enough to survive the extreme cold weather, as long they're able to find food,
Subzero temps can be good for the state's many lakes by curbing the growth of harmful algae and reducing water loss.
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