As anglers unload their boats at Lake Lansing on a recent Thursday evening, there’s a sense that there’s more going on here than just folks going fishing.
The Michigan DNR will celebrate the wonders of their state’s birds and the centennial of the Migratory Bird Treaty with a weekend of programming.
As the summer travel season begins, the Michigan departments of Agriculture and Rural Development and Natural Resources remind vacationers to leave firewood at home to prevent the spread of…..
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources announced today a $2.9 million purchase of 717 acres of land in Norvell Township, Jackson County.
Two kayakers were rescued early Sunday morning, June 12, in Crawford County by Michigan Department of Natural Resources conservation officers.
Ogemaw County conservation officer Kyle Bader recently was honored with a DNR Lifesaving Award for his efforts in preventing a man from committing suicide.
The Department of Natural Resources Outdoor Skills Academy in Cadillac, Michigan, will offer bear hunting clinics Saturday, July 30, Sunday, Aug. 7, and Saturday, Aug. 13, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
With summer now in full swing, conservation officers at the Michigan Department of Natural Resources remind off-road vehicle riders to follow ORV safety rules
Michigan Conservation Officers with the Department of Natural Resources are urging motorists to use caution and remember safety when stopping along Upper Peninsula roadways to view and…..
As the school year wraps up, teachers around the state are packing up supplies, cleaning up classrooms and deciding what to do with classroom pets.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources Becoming an Outdoors-Woman (BOW) Program is offering a Beyond BOW Traditional Archery Workshop.
The Gladwin Field Trial Area will celebrate its 100th anniversary Saturday, June 18.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources invites those interested in the management of Michigan’s white-tailed deer population to review and provide input on its draft update.
Sixteen recruits successfully completed the 22-week Michigan Department of Natural Resources conservation officer training academy, graduating today, June 3 2016.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources will aid the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in the federal agency’s evaluation of whether the northwestern subspecies of moose…..
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources gets many questions this time of year about Michigan’s snakes. Michigan is home to 18 different species of snakes, 17 of which are harmless to humans.
Birds will always use a bird feeder if given the chance; unfortunately, other critters may start visiting bird feeders this time of year, too.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources invites interested volunteers to join in the Herp Atlas Project’s second Herpathon, taking place June 3 at Port Huron State Game Area in St. Clair County.
Nearly six months after he disappeared while fishing, the body of a Saginaw County man was pulled from the choppy waters of Lake George Thursday afternoon, east of Sault Ste. Marie.
Whether conducting water rescues, finding lost hikers or providing CPR, Michigan conservation officers save lives.
Michigan Department of Natural Resources conservation officers are seeking information on a bear poaching incident in southwest Kalkaska County.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources congratulates Mrs. DeMott’s seventh-grade class at Northern Michigan Christian School in McBain, Michigan, for winning the DNR’s 2015-16 “A Year in…..
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources announced today that a black bear recently shot and killed in Haring Township, north of Cadillac in Wexford County, is the same bear that mauled…..
May is American Wetlands Month – a month to appreciate and enjoy the wonders of wetlands. The Department of Natural Resources will celebrate with wetland-themed programming at nine of…..
The 2016 bear and elk hunting application period is open now through June 1. A total of 200 elk and 6,896 bear licenses will be available for the 2016 hunting seasons.
As part of the Muskegon County Police Memorial Service the boat will be dedicated to fallen Game, Fish and Forestry Deputy Warden Julius Salomonson who died in 1908.
Michigan Department of Natural Resources wildlife division officials said today the size of the state’s wolf population has not changed significantly since the last survey was conducted in 2014.
Michigan’s long-awaited guaranteed spring turkey hunt starts Monday, May 2 2016.
The Natural Resources Commission, at its monthly meeting in Lansing, Michigan, earlier this month, approved new coyote and nighttime furbearer hunting regulations.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources provides an online interactive map that highlights the state’s 2015 wildfires and prescribed burns – each more than 10 acres in size – to help…..
One of two eaglets has hatched at the eagle’s nest on the grounds of the Platte River State Fish Hatchery. It hatched in the early hours today, April 19.
Michigan Natural Resources Commission vice chairman J.R. Richardson of Ontonagon will be the guest of program host Don Ryan on Sunday’s broadcast of “The Ryan Report” on WLUC-TV6 in Marquette.
Michigan Natural Resources Commission Chairman John Matonich will join Michigan Department of Natural Resources staff Thursday as part of the guest panel for the “Ask the DNR” television program.
Michigan Department of Natural Resources conservation officers are continuing to investigate the theft of sugar maple logs from public state-managed lands in three northern Lower Peninsula counties.
Experts tell us that stress is a killer. Yet, the small handful of pilots who fly missions for the Michigan Department of Natural Resources said they wouldn’t trade their high-pressure…..
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources announced today registration is open for this summer’s “Becoming an Outdoors Woman” (BOW) program, which is set for June 3-5 in Marquette County.
The beginning of April marked the start of the Michigan Department of Natural Resources’ 2016 fuelwood season.
Most of Michigan’s wildfires occur in April, May and June. According to the Department of Natural Resources, which is responsible for wildland fire protection on 30 million acres of…..
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources invites wildlife watchers to celebrate spring and explore Michigan’s Wetland Wonders with a birding tour at one of several state game and wildlife….
Just in time for the spring turkey hunt, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources and the National Wild Turkey Federation will kick off the Turkey Tracts program with an event at Allegan…..