Minnesota Department of Natural Resources
Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Bald eagles are migrating back to Minnesota and may be seen in large numbers across parts of the state over the next few weeks, according to the Department of Natural Resources. “Ice is breaking up along the rivers, so it’s definitely time for folks to k...Read More
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Minnesota Department of Natural Resources If you have not done much fishing before do not worry. It is not hard. To catch fish all you need is a pole, tackle, bait and a fishing license. You will also want to do some research on the regulations, where fish live and what they eat. What does [...]...Read More
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Minnesota Department of Natural Resources The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources encourages homeowners to complete necessary open burning now, as restrictions will take effect shortly after snowmelt occurs. “Warm temperatures will continue to erode the snowpack in the next few weeks,” sai...Read More
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Anglers are reminded that 2013 fishing licenses expired on Friday, Feb. 28, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources said. Fishing licenses for 2014 now are available from DNR license agents, online at www.mndnr.gov/buyalicense and by telephone at 888-665-4236. All 2014 fishing licenses become ...Read More
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Minnesota Department of Natural Resources With recent reports of vehicles breaking through the ice from Douglas to Beltrami counties, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is cautioning everyone about driving on the ice. “Ice is never 100 percent safe,” said Capt. Greg Salo, DNR enforce...Read More
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Applications for the 2014 spring season will be accepted wherever hunting and fishing licenses are sold and online at www.mndnr.gov/buyalicense through Friday, Jan. 10, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. The 2014 spring hunt will consist of six five-day and two seven-day sea...Read More
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Deer donated to food shelves can be processed at no cost to hunters thanks to a program coordinated by the Minnesota departments of Natural Resources and Agriculture. “The venison donation program has multiple benefits,” said Leslie McInenly, big game program leader for the Minnesota Department ...Read More
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