Volunteers are needed to help the Minnesota DNR track population changes in the state’s 14 frog and toad species as part of an annual survey.
The eagles have landed, or hatched, and just in time for the 40th anniversary of the state’s Nongame Wildlife Program, which is part of the Minnesota DNR.
Bald eagles are migrating back to Minnesota and may be seen in large numbers across parts of the state over the next few weeks.
Scott Roemhildt, grassland programs coordinator for the Minnesota DNR, has been named Pheasants Forever’s Wildlife Professional of the Year.
The third annual Northland Fat Bike Rally will once again hit the trails of Lake Bemidji State Park on Saturday, March 4, 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Minnesota’s moose population shows signs of stability when comparing this year’s population estimate of 3,710 northeastern Minnesota moose with estimates since 2012.
Minnesota’s world-class natural resources and outdoor recreation opportunities would be maintained and improved under a budget being proposed by Gov. Mark Dayton.
A special chronic wasting disease 16-day deer hunt in southeastern Minnesota concluded Jan. 15 with one additional case of the disease found among hundreds tested.
If sitting around and staring at a hole in the ice doesn’t fit with your idea of fishing, take heart – there’s an open-water alternative.
The project as proposed would redirect flows through the Fargo-Moorhead metropolitan area via a dam and diversion channel system.
This 54,000-acre land corridor on both sides of the Mississippi River extends through the seven-county metro area from Ramsey in the north to Hastings in the south.
A third deer infected with chronic wasting disease has been discovered in southeastern Minnesota, according to the Department of Natural Resources.
According to safety specialists, ice that formed quickly during the recent sub-zero temperatures is now thawing and refreezing, leading to weak ice.
The first breeding bull has arrived at Minneopa State Park near Mankato, bringing to 15 the number of bison at the park.
We wanted to let you know that as of today, Dec. 15, 2016, the Minnesota DNR is proudly sporting a new look: the State of Minnesota brand.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources will focus actions to slow and hopefully eliminate the spread of chronic wasting disease in southeastern Minnesota.
Minnesota’s hunting dates to remember are approaching as well as a review of the hunting season so far.
The Minnesota DNR has selected a 20-member advisory committee to provide the agency with feedback, advice on deer management, developing a statewide plan.
Historically, wild turkeys are thought to have lived only in far southern Minnesota. By 1880, they had vanished from the state due to unregulated hunting and habitat loss.
Anglers still cast lines and hunters head to deer camp each year, but the percentage of Minnesotans who hunt or fish is shrinking.
Test results show two deer harvested by hunters in Minnesota were infected with Chronic Wasting Disease, according to the Department of Natural Resources.
As northern Minnesota received its first significant snowfall last week, many snowmobile enthusiasts are rushing to take their first ride of the season.
Minnesota firearms hunters registered 68,958 deer during the first two days of firearms deer season, according to the Minnesota Department.
The 2016 elk hunts wrapped up on Sept. 18 with another successful season in the Kittson County area, according to the Department of the Natural Resources.
The Information Center at the Department of Natural Resources is piloting a permanent move to longer phone hours and days.