Mi-HUNT allows users to view and navigate through all public lands open to hunting and trapping in Michigan.
With the opening of pheasant hunting season last week, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources reminds hunters that there are a growing number of opportunities to take part in this treasured Mich
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources today announced that Michigan’s first elk hunt of 2016, which ended Oct. 3, had a hunter success rate of 85 percent.
Cougars are an endangered species in Michigan protected by law.
Under the GNA partnership, the DNR acts as an agent – in collaboration with the Forest Service – to conduct land-management projects on national forest lands.
A Michigan Department of Natural Resources conservation officer helped rescue a man who had jumped into the Detroit River.
In addition to the opening of state forest roads, Public Act 288 also reinstates the use of ORVs and pack or saddle animals for retrieval of harvested deer, bear and elk on state-managed public lands
Four Ottawa County men were ticketed recently for poaching nearly 60 wild ducks from a private agricultural pond near the Grand River watershed.
Improvement projects are scheduled to take place over the next three years in various areas in Michigan.
Michigan Department of Natural Resources conservation officer Ken Kovach helped save the life of a St. Clair County man Monday who had accidentally shot himself with his pistol…..
If you hunt in areas where invasive phragmites is growing, these seeds and fragments can stick to gear, including decoys,anchors, waders, and even dogs.
A young bull elk recently has been spotted in several locations in mid-Michigan that are outside its home range.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources today announced the recipients of the 2016 Wildlife Habitat Grants.
Two weeks after the dedication, on Friday, Sept. 23, the memorial stone was knocked off its pedestal when the base of the monument was struck, evidently by a vehicle.
Michigan’s bow hunting season opens Oct. 1, and Department of Natural Resources conservation officers are sharing tips for a safe hunting experience.
Since May 2015, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources has been actively conducting surveillance for chronic wasting disease (CWD).
The tool is ideal for those interested in learning more about habitat conditions in an individual lake or how habitat conditions vary among lakes in the state.
A base license, which allows hunters to hunt small game, can be purchased online at E-License or anywhere licenses are sold.
With more than 12,500 miles of state-designated trails that connect communities, provide health and economic benefits, and attract outdoor enthusiasts, it’s no wonder Michigan is known as “The…..
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources Law Enforcement Division is actively seeking recruits for its next conservation officer academy, which begins July 16, 2017.
In Michigan, you’re never more than a half-hour away from a state park, state forest rustic campground, state trail or waterway.
2016 marks the third and final year of Michigan’s experimental early teal hunting season, which runs Sept. 1-7.
A Cooper Township man with a history of running afoul of Michigan conservation law was in the 8th District Court of Kalamazoo County Wednesday morning to plead guilty to three counts related…..
Each of the 17 GEMS has miles of hunter walking trails, developed from old logging roads, that wind through thousands of acres of great habitat.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources presented Chelsea resident Susan Lackey with a Partners in Conservation Award during Thursday’s Natural Resources Commission meeting in Lansing.
The 12th Annual Porcupine Mountains Music Festival is set for Aug. 26-28 at the Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park’s winter recreation area (ski hill).
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources has free educational opportunities to help educators looking for a fun way to integrate Michigan’s unique flora and fauna into their curriculum.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources today announced the availability of grant applications for the 2016-17 DNR Urban and Community Forestry Program.
Michigan parents of children interested in learning to hunt should consider enrollment in a hunter education class as part of their “back-to-school” plans.
Fifteen young people recently were selected to participate as members of the Michigan Natural Resources Commission’s Youth Conservation Council.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources invites off-road enthusiasts to enjoy Free ORV Weekend Aug. 20-21.
The cabin and campsite closures were the result of flooding from a July 11 thunderstorm that dumped as much as 11 inches of rain on some parts of the western Upper Peninsula and northeastern Wisconsin
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources Outdoor Skills Academy in Cadillac, Michigan, still has seats available for its bear hunting clinics.
The DNR is looking to expand hunting opportunities on private lands in the northern Lower Peninsula of Michigan.
Officials at Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park are asking hikers to avoid the area around the mouths of the Big and Little Carp rivers along the Lake Superior Trail
Nearly absent from much of Michigan due to the effects of DDT, other pesticides and habitat loss, Michigan’s osprey population continues to rebound.
With the increasing use of off-road vehicles in Michigan, Department of Natural Resources conservation officers encourage ORV riders to observe the “TREAD Lightly” program
Officials at Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park have announced the temporary closure for safety reasons of backcountry campsites and cabins in the wake of this week’s torrential rainstorms.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources today announced that the application period is now open for the Deer Private Land Assistance Network (Deer PLAN) grant program.
It’s almost time to polish up the shotgun, warm up the retriever with some practice throws and don camouflage as the season nears for hunting ducks and geese in Michigan.