Michigan’s Department of Natural Resources has its hands full with wildlife issues, & accordingly, what follows is a brief outline of some of pro-active measures being proposed…
Work was initially planned to begin this spring, but has been postponed until after Labor Day (Sept. 4) and the busy summertime camping season.
Longer daylight hours, warming temperatures and new green plants have wildlife moving and sightings of Michigan bear increasing.
Off-road enthusiasts will not need to possess an ORV license or trail permit on these dates, saving riders up to $36.25.
To be entered in the drawing, participants needed to hunt at three or more of the seven southern Michigan Wetland Wonders.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources has awarded a total of $100,000 in deer habitat improvement grants in the Upper Peninsula.
The Michigan DNR today announced that the application to nominate forest land for enrollment in Michigan’s Forest Legacy Program is available online.
Earlier this week, the Michigan DNR announced the finding of bovine tuberculosis (TB) in a sample taken from a 2-year-old steer from Newaygo County.
Michigan DNR seeks private landowners to help improve deer wintering habitat in Upper Peninsula counties through cost-share programs.
Highland Copper crews were scheduled to begin exploratory copper drilling today on Gogebic County land within the right-of-way of County Road 519.
Gov. Rick Snyder has proclaimed Wednesday, March 15, as Michigan Conservation Officer Appreciation Day in recognition of the men, women who serve the DNR.
Michigan Department of Natural Resources’ Becoming an Outdoors-Woman program is offering a Beyond BOW Turkey Hunt workshop for women in the Cass City area.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources today issued its final decision on non-motorized trails designations at Little Presque Isle.
Applications for the 2017 spring, summer and fall and 2018 winter residencies must be received by March 31, 2017. Artists will be notified on or before April 21, 2017.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is making it easier for citizens to report fish and game violations through the convenience of text messaging.
According to the Michigan DNR, coyotes can be found everywhere – forests, fields, farmlands, backyards, neighborhoods and cities.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is recruiting instructors for its off-road vehicle safety education program.
Highland Copper has interrupted its winter exploration on a 1-mile-square section of state-managed property at Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park due to unseasonably warm weather.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is seeking volunteers throughout the state to assist with its annual frog and toad survey.
The storm dumped 11 inches of rain, in just four hours, causing flooding that washed out a campground and turned Lake Superior into a muddy brown slur.