This photo supplied by the Minnesota DNR shows a days-old moose calf fitted with an collar that expands as the animal grows. The collars are designed to automatically drop off before they become too small for the young moose.
  • Researchers to Collar Minnesota Moose Again to Study Decline
Getting ready for boating season
  • Prepare Now for a Safe Boating Season
Spot a spotted salamander – or one of the many other turtles, frogs, toads, snakes, salamanders and lizards found in Michigan – and report the sighting to help the DNR collect vital information about the state’s reptiles and amphibians.
  • Public's Help Sought to List Michigan Reptiles, Amphibians
  • Scientists: Isle Royale Gray Wolf Population Drops to 3

Photo Gallery

  • Spring in Minnesota Gallery: Spring in the Northland 2015

    From mud puddles to robins, Northern Lights to pussy willows. Spring in Minnesota has it all.  Viewers share their photos with

  • Snow in Taconite Gallery: Winter 2014/15

    Winter in the Northland, the beauty and the power.  Snow angels vs. snow banks. Rough surf vs. frozen lakes. Eyewitness News is sharing pictures taken by viewers from across the Northland. Send your pictures to

  • Nathan Schroeder on the Trail Photo Gallery: 2015 John Beargrease

    Eyewitness News reporter Briggs LeSavage and Photojournalist Carl Sauer spent days on the trail of the 2015 John Beargrease Sled Dog Marathon. 

  • Halloween on the Turtle River near Mercer Gallery: Fall 2014

    Who would have thought summer would have flown by so fast?  It is now one of the most beautiful seasons in the Northland... Fall.  Cool evenings, changing colors. Eyewitness News is sharing pictures taken by viewers from across the Northland. Send your pictures to

  • Solar Eclipse, WDIO Partial Solar Eclipse

    Northlanders were treated to a special phenomenon on Thursday, October 23. A partial Solar Eclipse.  Viewers took photos using special lenses and welding equipment to make sure the didn't hurt their eyes.

  • Paul R. Tregurtha, September 20, 2014 Gallery: Paul R. Tregurtha Runs Aground

    One of the most visible Lakers in the Twin Ports, the Paul R. Tregurtha ran aground near Bayfront Park in Duluth on Saturday, September 20. The 1,000-foot laker was finally freed, with the help of two tug boats.