Minnesota Department of Natural Resources
  Minnesota Department of Natural Resources The world’s oldest-known wild bear has died of old age in northern Minnesota at the age of 39½, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR). Known to DNR researchers as Bear No. 56, the female American black bear was first cap...Read More
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Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Grassy roadsides can be for the birds. Although these ribbons of green make up only a small fraction of our land area, researchers have found them to be highly productive nesting sites for more than 40 kinds of birds and animals that nest on the ground or i...Read More
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Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Deer hunting licenses are now available for purchase. Hunters who want an either-sex deer or special hunt permit for the coming season must apply by Thursday, Sept. 5, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) said. Hunters should carefully review ...Read More
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Minnesota Department of Natural Resources In early May, an angler bowfishing on the Mississippi River north of Sartell shot a 25-pound grass carp, an exotic species that previously has been found only much further south in Minnesota, including lower portions of the Mississippi, reports the state Dep...Read More
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Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Minnesota hunters harvested 151,400 deer so far during the 2012 early firearm season, according to preliminary numbers announced on Nov. 21 by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR). The late 3B season in southeastern Minnesota remains open thro...Read More
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