The DNR’s ongoing moose mortality research project also is providing important information on population status.
An acrylic painting of a tom turkey by Nicholas Markell of Hugo has won the 2016 Turkey Stamp Contest out of eight entries received for this year’s contest, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resourc
A youth paired with an adult can join other youth-adult pairs to learn the basics of fly fishing from experienced mentors over a whole weekend from Friday, May 29, to Sunday, May 31, near Lanesboro, M
Those who want to hunt turkeys for the first time this spring have until Monday, Feb. 23, to apply to hunt under the guidance of experienced National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) volunteers.
Even into the depths of winter after other hunting seasons have passed, there is still time to hunt gray and fox squirrel, cottontail rabbit, jack-rabbit and snowshoe hare in a season that runs until
Charges have been filed against a number of violators following a five-year deer investigation recently completed by conservation officers with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.
Effective immediately, wolves in Minnesota can only be killed in defense of human life…
Citizen input from the Minnesota Governor’s Pheasant Summit soon will be converted into a four-year action plan to increase and enhance grassland habitat on public and private lands.
An abundance of birds, lack of snow and higher late season bag limits are all good reasons why Minnesotans may want to try some late season pheasant hunting, says the MDNR.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources offers tips to discourage deer from becoming pests.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Question of the Week: What causes arctic smoke along the North Shore?
The commissioner of the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has appointed 10 Minnesotans to three-year terms on citizen oversight committees that monitor the agency’s fish and wildlife spending.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has awarded 46 conservation grants to various organizations and entities for restoring, enhancing and protecting habitat in Minnesota.
Wolf hunting and trapping in the northeast zone will close for 2014 at the end of shooting and trapping hours on Friday, Dec. 5, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.
According to the Minnesota DNR, Minnesota hunters registered 111,000 deer through the third and last weekend of firearms deer season.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Question of the Week for the week of Nov. 24.
There’s still time to register for the first Minnesota Pheasant Summit and contribute to strategies that aim to enhance habitat for this important species.
Minnesota hunters registered 102,000 deer through the second weekend of firearms deer season, down 31,000 from the same period in 2013, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.
Hunters in all zones have registered a total of 83 wolves as of Thursday afternoon. The harvest target is 250 wolves for the entire 2014 season…
How can I tell when a lake has turned over in the fall, and do most fish go deeper after turnover?
There will be nearly 500,000 blaze-orange clad hunters afield when Minnesota’s firearms deer season gets underway Saturday, Nov. 8.
Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has approved nearly $400,000 in small range trap shooting grants to expand, improve or upgrade trap shooting ranges across the state…
Before venturing into the woods this fall, hunters, trappers and other recreationists are encouraged to review the changes to some trail designations in Pine County, Minnesota.
Hunters in most of the state are not allowed to use bonus permits to take antlerless deer during the 2014 season, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.
Like more than 400,000 others, I am anxiously awaiting Saturday, Nov. 8, when Minnesota’s firearms deer hunting season begins.
The MDNR has announced that the 2014 U.S. Capitol Christmas tree will make its first public appearance on its journey to Washington, D.C. on Sunday, Nov. 2, at Itasca State Park.
Gov. Mark Dayton announced earlier this evening that the city of Mankato has been chosen as the host community for the 2015 Minnesota Governor’s Pheasant Hunting Opener.
More than 150 outdoor supporters and hunters gathered Saturday during the Governor’s Pheasant Hunting Opener to dedicate a recently acquired wildlife management area (WMA) near Worthington.
A missing duck hunter near Mille Lacs Lake forced to spend the night in the woods is a good reminder that anyone spending time outdoors should know wilderness survival basics.
Pheasants will be the focus in Worthington this weekend, as the community hosts the fourth annual Governor’s Pheasant Hunting Opener.
A scientific survey of Minnesota grouse hunters done in 2011 by the Department of Natural Resources sheds some light on this question and other information about their habits, and more.
According to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, hunting is likely to be good when Minnesota’s regular waterfowl season opens one-half hour before sunrise on Saturday, Sept. 27.
Come celebrate the completion of the Glendalough Trail on Friday, Sept. 26 at the Glendalough State Park Trail Center with MNDNR Parks & Trails Division, Otter Tail County and the city of Battle Lake.
Hunters making plans for upcoming seasons can get scouting and other services from Minnesota Department of Natural Resources digital tools.
The MNDNR has announced an app based on a online trip-planning tool including a map showing where to find peak color across the state, a link to fall color programs and special events, and more.
Despite a short-term increase in the number of Minnesota pheasants, habitat loss continues to be the primary factor in the long-term decline of the state’s pheasant population, according to the MNDNR.