Completion of classes required to participate in wolf monitoring program as a volunteer carnivore tracker.
Stocking numbers – between Dec. 19-21 – upped from 1,700 to 2,200 birds on eight public properties, up from five sites last year.
Two Minnesotans and, in all, four from the Great Lakes region lead the way.
Wisconsin game farm owners must still comply with enhanced fencing requirements of CWD emergency rule.
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Painting of a wood duck drake from the Freeport-based artist will appear on 2019-2020 federal migratory bird hunting and conservation stamp.
DNR game wardens can’t do the work alone; ethical ginseng diggers will have to help out.
The 100 ruffed grouse headed to Missouri this fall should be of little concern to hunters.
With kids in school and summer in the rearview mirror, angling for big fish becomes a priority for fishing experts like “Tackle” Terry Tuma.
Effort to translocate up to 300 grouse to Missouri over three-year period. Missouri Department of Conservation will provide Wisconsin DNR with a donation that will be used to create early-successional forest habitat in the areas where grouse trapping will occur. This work will benefit grouse and other wildlife species that depend on early-successional forest habitat.
Fishing/outdoors icon lauds effort to get kids into the outdoors.
First-time kayak anglers quickly learn the ins and outs of fishing from this small craft that’s usually used for leisure/recreation.
Wisconsin’s Natural Resources Board approves more stringent game farm fencing rules aimed at CWD management
No final decision made yet on possible early closure for Wisconsin’s ruffed grouse season.
Put away the bobbers and use your electronics to locate the big bluegills of late summer
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