For their roles last March in rescuing two Belle Isle visitors who had fallen through the ice, four Michigan Department of Natural Resources conservation officers have been presented with…..
With warm and rainy weather patterns seen in recent weeks in many parts of the state, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources urges ice anglers and snowmobilers to remember that no ice is safe.
Although winter feels like it has just started, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources wants to remind visitors they can make camping reservations in select state parks.
As a result, weather forecasters are predicting above-average temperatures and drier than normal winter conditions across the northern tier of the country, including Michigan.
The Grand Rapids Public Museum (GRPM) announced today a brand new exhibition, Grand Fish, Grand River, is now opened.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources has announced a March 1 deadline to apply for a total of $100,000 in deer habitat improvement grant funding in the Upper Peninsula.
Available parcels are located in Alpena, Arenac, Cheboygan, Chippewa, Crawford, Gladwin, Mackinac and St. Clair counties.
Management is a conceptual process, whereby its effectiveness, or lack thereof, is measured in tangible results.
The rule, allowed under Section 4(d) of the Endangered Species Act, was designed to provide maximum benefit to the species while providing reasonable limits to regulations.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources has announced applications are being accepted for the Porcupine Mountains Artist-in-Residence Program.
Twenty-four potential new conservation officers, two women and 22 men, reported Sunday in Lansing to attend the Department of Natural Resources’ conservation officer training academy.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and other partners are kicking off a yearlong celebration of the Migratory Bird Treaty’s 100th anniversary throughout 2016.
Michigan hunters have the opportunity to voluntarily bring their harvested deer to DNR deer check stations throughout the deer hunting season and receive a prized deer hunter cooperator patch
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources reminds hunters that the spring turkey hunting application period is now open.
Here is a quick look at some of the year’s biggest challenges and successes.
Earlier this year, Michigan’s first case of CWD in free-ranging white-tailed deer was confirmed in Meridian Township in Ingham County.
Twenty-four potential new conservation officers will report Sunday, Jan. 3, in Lansing to attend the Department of Natural Resources’ conservation officer training academy.
The Department of Natural Resources encourages Michigan residents to resolve to make 2016 #MiShoeYear and to put on their shoes, skis or skates to go outside and move.
The Department of Natural Resources reminds hunters that time is running out to apply for a chance to win over $4,000 worth of hunting gear and hunting licenses for elk and bear.
The Department of Natural Resources recently honored Jack Stockbridge of Waterford with a Partners in Conservation Award.
The Michigan Natural Resources Commission recently honored longtime conservationist Ron Lundberg with the Thomas L. Washington Lifetime Commitment to Conservation Award.
Timothy Pifher of Davison, Michigan, was named 2015 hunter education volunteer instructor of the year by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources reminds hunters to finish gathering their punches for the Consumers Energy-sponsored Wetland Wonders Challenge during the Zone 3 waterfowl…..
Although it may not feel like a Michigan December, the final 2015 elk hunt drew to a close last weekend.
The Fisheries Division-wide meeting occurs every other year and always includes an awards banquet where employees and critical partners are honored.
As of Thursday, Dec. 10, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources reports a total of 3,695 deer in Michigan this year have been tested for chronic wasting disease (CWD).
Each year, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources generates preliminary estimates of the firearm deer harvest shortly after the season closes.
Michigan Department of Natural Resources wildlife biologists said preliminary check station data shows mixed results for the firearm deer hunting season in the Upper Peninsula.
Noncompliance of the rules could damage Michigan’s nationally recognized trail system because 50 percent of trails pass through private land.
Conservation officers conducted operations near the I-94 corridor of the Michigan/Indiana border, resulting in the seizure of six harvested deer.
“Anyone who has information that may assist us in finding the person or persons responsible for this poaching is asked to contact the DNR,” said Lt. Jim Gorno.
A Michigan Department of Natural Resources conservation officer located a missing hunter who had become lost after leaving his hunting blind to track a wounded deer in Mackinac County.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources announced today registration is open for this winter’s “Becoming an Outdoors Woman” (BOW) program, which is set for Feb. 26-28 in Marquette County.
The program, funded by the U.S. Forest Service, celebrates its 25th anniversary this year.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources encourages snowmobilers to earn their snowmobile safety course certifications before winter arrives.
Most Michigan deer hunters have been in the woods as much as possible during this firearm deer hunting season.
– Last week, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources responded to calls of a male mule deer lying on the side of the road in a rural area of Eaton County.
The Department of Natural Resources reminds hunters that there’s still time to hunt at Michigan’s Wetland Wonders.
The shooting took place along M-26, one half-mile south of Twin Lakes.
Michigan Department of Natural Resources wildlife biologists said today the firearm deer hunting season in the Upper Peninsula is moving ahead according to forecast.