This is the largest documented number of invasive carp in one location in Minnesota.
This herd has been officially quarantined since October 2020 and is part of the Board of Animal Health’s (Board’s) investigation into the CWD-positive Beltrami County herd.
According to DNR, deer hunters will find healthy deer populations, ample harvest opportunities, and a continued commitment to managing chronic wasting disease management adaptively statewide.
One notable difference this fall will be fewer self-service sampling stations than in previous seasons.
Sharp-tailed grouse population also sees increase in east-central Minnesota.
Among the key takeaways: The river is changing for a variety of reasons, but mostly as a result of changing hydrology and invasive species.
More than 700 acres will be preserved.
Plan guides DNR in strengthening wolf conservation and minimizing human-wolf conflicts, agency says.
This is the first confirmed case of HPAI in a wild mammal in Minnesota.