Pet, non-native turtles are often released locally, often to the detriment of native turtles in the area.
Hunters enjoy a textbook turkey hunt on a foggy Michigan morning.
LANSING, Mich. — A Michigan man has testified in support of allowing hunters to wear pink so that women can “look and feel attractive” while hunting. Drew Born submitted a memo to the House Natural Resources Committee in support of allowing pink hunting attire because he said he believes the option will attract more women to hunting. Hunters currently must…
ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Plans are being detailed for Ann Arbor’s expanded 2018 deer hunt as part of the city’s ongoing deer management efforts. The Ann Arbor News reports nonprofit contractor White Buffalo will complete sterilizations from Jan. 2-7 by tranquilizing up to 26 female deer and surgically removing their ovaries. A hunt to kill up to 250 deer is scheduled Jan. 8-31. A…
“Even with this verification, questions remain, especially regarding the origins of the animal.”
Widespread outbreaks occur in Michigan every 10 to 15 years.
Kayaking is the latest frontier of the city’s downtown development efforts.
Upper Peninsula hunter gets an early start this year on turkey hunting in Michigan.
Hundreds of volunteers are needed to stand guard along the Black River during the spawning season, from mid-April through early June, to report any suspicious activity and deter the unlawful take of this iconic fish.
Michigan to offer prize in fight against invasive species.
There were less than 30 human cases of Lyme disease reported in Michigan in every year between 2000 and 2004, but the number had jumped to 90 reported cases by 2009, and by 2013, it was nearly 170 cases.
The island is known for its scenic views, historic attractions, fudge and horses, but until recently, many visitors did not know about its connection to Native American history and culture.
Season again comes to a close in a hurry, but the excitement surrounding lake sturgeons runs long and deep here.
Michigan’s wild elk herd is four hours north of Detroit in Pigeon River Country State Forest near Gaylord. Wildlife experts estimate over 1,000 elk live in and around this state forest.
Located in Lake Michigan, off the tip of Wisconsin’s Door Peninsula, this essential stopover habitat for birds and other migratory species consists of five islands and is framed by two states — Wisconsin and Michigan.
DNR partners with sheriff’s deputies to patrol snowmobile noise complaints in and around Houghton, Mich.
On Michigan-Wisconsin boundary waters, ice shanties must be removed by midnight Wednesday, March 15. And regardless of removal date, shanties must be pulled as soon as the ice is unable to safely support them.
Sharpshooters killed 63 deer during last year’s hunt, and in 2015, city officials decided that the deer culling program would be for four years to help deal with overpopulation.
Would allow Harrietta Hills Trout Farm LLC to raise its output to 300,000 pounds of trout annually at its Grayling facility — up from 20,000 pounds a few years ago.
Broadens impact to other species after anglers and charter captains voiced objections to early proposals.
Lake St. Clair Ice fishing on Lake St. Clair has come to an abrupt halt with rain and warm temperatures wreaking havoc on ice conditions. A few anglers were walking out at the Metropark and in Anchor Bay but that was ill-advised. Lakeside Fishing Shops, (586) 777-7003. Irish Hills Area Unseasonably warm temperatures and rain have deteriorated ice conditions across…
DISTRICT 1 CO Lasanen came upon a vehicle that had crashed into the snowbank after trying to negotiate a turn onto a side street. Lasanen made contact with the driver and passenger of the vehicle to check their condition. They refused any medical attention. Lasanen inspected the vehicle and realized there was damage to the front of the vehicle where…
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Experts say reefs are attracting egg-laying females, but because sturgeon mature slowly, it could take decades to determine whether efforts are boosting population.
Effort is expected to decrease local deer population about 20 percent a year.
Two meetings scheduled for interested landowners, hunters and deer farmers.