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Birdshot and backlashes - The environment

Current studies tend to show that the monarch butterfly is making a comeback.

Hook and bullet club - Out for a family ride

Snowmobiling the Tomahawk Trail on a Sunday is usually a quiet ride through the woods and swamps, but during Presiden

Birdshot and backlashes - Big muskie

THAT BIG MUSKIELouis Spray was a famous saloon owner and a dedicated muskie fisherman in the Hayward area just after

2005 MN deer harvest is the third highest on record

Record harvests by archery and muzzleloader hunters pushed the deer harvest during 2005 above 255,500, the third high

Hidden Valley kicks

Grooming Conditions as of Wed. Feb 15.

Birdshot and backlashes

Heck of a note.

Conservation officer tales – February 2006

NAUGHTY, NOT NICECO Adam Block (Prior Lake) dealt with two deer baiting cases in Savage.

Birdshot and backlashes

Even on the coldest days wildlife is on the move.

Minnesota wolves focus of field trip

If it walks like a wolf and howls like a wolf…it’s probably a ….!Often called the timber wolf, the gray wolf is nativ

BWCA Wilderness Reservation Phone Center open for 2006

The National Recreation Reservation Center (NRRS) is now taking phone reservations for Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wil

Birdshot and backlashes - Pete Zebich writes

Our western correspondent Pete Zebich sent in a report and some clippings from Lake Havasu, Arizona, concerning the d

Longer game fish season, sturgeon tags among new regs

Sturgeon tagging requirements and extra days of fishing for walleye, sauger, northern pike and several other game fis

David Mech to speak to forest landowners

Forest landowners and those who enjoy being out in the woods can learn more about forest management and the impacts h

Birdshot and backlashes - Trout opener

That was some trout opener!


Q: Why does snow make different sounds at different temperatures when it is walked on?A: The quality and amount of sn

Dedicated volunteers lend a big hand to help DNR

Volunteers play an important role in the success of the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR).

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