Tahquamenon Falls State Park will provide an improved area at the Lower Falls for quiet recreation beginning this winter.
Randon Goebel, 21, was wanted in Ohio after failing to appear for sentencing on a felony abduction charge and violation of a personal protection order.
Snyder created the Commission through Executive Order 2016-5 after he announced plans for it during his State of the State address in January.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources reminds hunters that the 2016 muzzleloader deer season opens across the state today, Dec. 2.
Following the instructional portion of the class, the National Wild Turkey Federation, Pheasants Forever and Tails-a-Waggin’ will provide pheasant hunts.
DNR encourages hunters to take advantage and enjoy a few more weeks of hunting with Michigan’s late grouse season, Dec. 1 through Jan. 1.
Michigan educators with students in grades 9 through 12 can register for a free elk education program designed to fit into a busy school semester while still meeting educational standards.
With the holiday season under way and Giving Tuesday taking place Nov. 29, the MDNR is highlighting easy opportunities to support Michigan’s great outdoors.
Make time to #OptOutside on Black Friday; Michigan state parks offering free entry statewide
With an anticipated 500,000 firearm deer hunters afield in search of deer earlier this week, early reports indicate varied success across Michigan.
With the start of firearm deer hunting season less than a week away, Michigan’s hunters will soon be in the field, carrying on the state’s rich hunting traditions.
The Cabela’s Saginaw Store check station, located at 5202 Bay Road in Saginaw, will be open Nov. 16-20 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The auction will feature 58 parcels located in counties mainly in central/northern Lower Michigan and in the Upper Peninsula.
With dry conditions expected throughout much of this week, the MDNR urges hunters, and folks out cleaning up their yards, to keep fire safety in mind.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources and Audubon Great Lakes have announced a new bird conservation partnership.
MDNR reminds hunters that there is still time to make 2017 a great hunt by applying for the Pure Michigan Hunt while purchasing deer licenses this season.
Tens of thousands of Michigan residents and nonresidents will take to the fields and forests Tuesday, Nov. 15, to enjoy deer hunting.
With firearm deer season almost here, MDNR reminds hunters that target shooting rules were recently changed through a land use order by the DNR director.
For those who hunt or trap fur-bearing animals in Michigan, there are some changes to 2016-2017 licenses and regulations that are important to be aware of.
The purpose of the meeting is for the DNR and a variety of black bear user groups and other interested outdoor enthusiasts to consider potential harvest.
MDNR reminds deer hunters hunting in Michigan that wild elk are also found in this area and cannot be harvested without an elk hunting license.
Nearly 6,900 successful bear applicants received bear hunting licenses for staggered hunting seasons that started as early as Sept. 9 and ended Oct. 26.
Amid drought conditions in the south, eight Michigan Department of Natural Resources firefighters currently are helping to contain wildfires in Georgia, North Carolina and Virginia.
A mid-morning tip led Michigan conservation officers to two men in possession of poached waterfowl and a Sandhill Crane in Oakland County’s Addison Township.
The DNR is looking for locations of bears in the northern Lower Peninsula, in order to fit them with a radio collar for an ongoing bear management program.
The MDNR, Washtenaw County Parks and Recreation Commission officially dedicated Watkins Lake State Park and County Preserve as Michigan’s 103rd state park.
Conservation officers with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources urge deer hunters to engage in an ethical hunt: Buy a license before going out.
The Michigan Alliance for Environmental and Outdoor Education honored several Michigan educators at its annual conference.
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.