Study Shows How Chronic Wasting Disease Spreads in Wisconsin

Clean Water Advocates Trickle in to State Capitol

Moose Population Explodes on Isle Royale as Wolves Decline
The moose population on Isle Royale is surging as the wolf population fails to regenerate.

Bayfield Co. to Get Grouse from NW Minnesota
Up to five dozen sharp-tailed grouse will be moved from northwestern Minnesota to Bayfield County.

Wis. Outdoor Lovers Concerned about Sand Mines, Large Farms
Wisconsin hunters and other outdoor lovers were able to give opinions on major environmental issues at Conservation Congress hearings.

Gov. Dayton to Open Bass Season at Mille Lacs
Gov. Mark Dayton, seen fishing in Mille Lacs Lake in 2015, will hold a bass fishing opener event on the lake on May 27.

Wis. Court: Baiting Deer Legal if Not for Hunting
A Wisconsin Appeals Court judge says it's OK to bait deer in CWD-affected areas as long as the bait isn't being used for hunting.

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Report Examines Alternatives for Controlling Problem Wolves

Golden Shiners at Center of Bait Debate in Minnesota

This photo shows a viewing platform that slid down the face of a sand dune at Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore.

Popular Overlook Shut at Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore

Elk Population of NW Minnesota Estimated at 79 in 3 Herds

Walleye Limit Raised on Upper Red Lake
Anglers will be able to keep one more walleye this year on the eastern end of Upper Red Lake.

Soudan Mine Bat Population Seems to Continue Declining
A hibernating bat hangs on to the wall at Soudan Underground Mine State Park.


Conservancy to Preserve 2,500 Acres on North Shore

Bear Under Lakeside Porch Scared Out and Up a Tree

Scientists Say Discovery May Help Control Sea Lamprey

Duo Paddling Great Lakes for Cancer Research

A couple walks on the Munger Trail near the Grand Avenue parking lot.
5 Miles of Munger Trail to be Reconstructed
It'll be another summer of catch-and-release fishing for walleye on Mille Lacs Lake, with no walleye fishing at all for most of July.
Another Catch-and-Release Summer for Mille Lacs Walleye
The Minnesota DNR has confirmed the first catch of silver carp captured in the St. Croix River.
Officials Confirm 1st Capture of Silver Carp on St. Croix River
Minnesota lawmakers have removed legislation that would have reduced the use of insecticides that are harmful to bees.
Minn. Lawmakers Block State from Regulating Insecticides
A panel in Michigan has made some changes to bear hunting reuglations.
Panel OKs Michigan Bear Hunting Regulations for Next 2 Years
DNR Fisheries Seeks Comments on International Falls Area Lake Management Plans
One of the eagles with the eaglet
First Eaglet Arrives on DNR's EagleCam
The Iditarod kicked off Monday in Alaska.
Iditarod Mushers Begin Nearly 1,000-Mile Race Across Alaska
This invasive carp was captured near Stillwater, Minn. The State of Michigan is offering a prize for a way to keep invasive carp out of the Great Lakes.

Michigan to Offer Prize in Fight Against Invasive Carp

New Interior Secretary Zinke Reverses Lead-Ammunition Ban

Mystery Solved? Devil's Kettle Outlet Identified

Minnesota's Moose Population Shows Signs of Stabilizing

Michigan Poaching Tipster System Now Accepts Text Messages

Minnesota DNR Wants Input on Statewide Deer Management Plan

Another Catch-and-Release Walleye Season Expected on Mille Lacs

Birkie Organizers Keep Close Watch on Trail, Skies

On the Trail to Staying Alive

New Wis. DNR Estimates Show Hunters Took More Deer in 2016

Anglers Visit Lester River For MN Stream Trout Opener
Anglers on the Lester River.
Up North: Frozen Four Tournament Experience
UMD Men's Hockey
Farley's Career Day Propels Bulldogs To Sweep the Beavers
UWS Sweeps Crown in Double Header