One of several cougar sightings in recent months, this animal was recorded on a security camera during the early morning hours of Feb. 7 as it crossed a walkway in front of the residence.
With Thiede's departure, Ed Eberle, the current assistant deputy secretary, has been appointed to the deputy secretary's role and Patrick Stevens, now the division administrator for the agency's Environmental Management division, has been appointed as the new Assistant Deputy Secretary.
Orland, Fla., area tournament angler introduces Durbin family to Florida bass fishing.
Retired UW professor publishes second ruffed grouse hunting book.
Will offer a combination of solutions to reduce the risk of invasive carp from entering the Great Lakes at the Brandon Road Lock & Dam in Joliet, Ill.
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It predicts Lake Superior will break a record high level set in the mid-1980s; environmental regulators warn of shoreline erosion in some places on Great Lakes.
The ban for Lincoln County will be enacted for three years. Langlade County is within 10 miles of the Lincoln County positive wild deer, and due to being adjacent to a county with a CWD positive test result, a two-year ban will be enacted.
The season will reopen March 1 with a bag limit of two fish. DNR staff are currently working on additional rulemaking that would remove the closed season on lake trout and increase bag limits.
This new positive CWD detections.
Bill would also bar state police from investigating wolf poaching.
In sub-zero temperatures, wildlife not interested in moving, so you and your canine companions should target the peak hours of the day.
Law change would not impact federally-owned wetlands under Corps of Engineers management.
WNV has been confirmed in a handful of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula ruffed grouse, but not yet in Wisconsin ruffies.
DNR now has power to raise park and camping – and power – fees.
Madeline Island is the largest of the Apostle Islands and offers a different look at wildlife tracking because it has the most human interference due to roads and tourism.
But the birds are particular about where they nest, which contributes to the uncertainty about their stay in Wisconsin.
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