Annually, the DNR tests thousands of white-tailed deer for bovine TB statewide. Due to this new steer finding, hunters within the 3-mile radius of this facility will be asked to voluntarily submit their deer heads for TB testing. This increased surveillance effort is planned to ensure the disease has not spilled over into the deer population.
Serious winter outdoor opportunities return to N.Y.’s Adirondacks, but tread carefully, NYSDEC advises
Winter Storm Stella provides plenty of snow for winter fun, making for some inevitable risks, too, at elevation in Upstate New York.
Fortunately for hunters and anglers, this is mostly the off-season across that region. It is, however, a somewhat busy time for natural resources agencies there, and the storm has resulted in postponements and cancellations as well as general no-travel warnings from state agencies.
While the chicks were hidden under the warmth of an adult eagle body Monday morning, there will be times when Eagle Cam viewers can see the eaglets being fed.
The huge crowds at the 2017 Outdoor News Deer and Turkey Classic were probably here to see all things whitetails and turkeys. But that they were treated to that and so much more made for a memorable atmosphere and weekend.
He embraces the important role hunting plays in his life as the youngest in the “Raised Hunting” family.
Show kicks off Friday, with 10 hours of whitetails, gobblers and more Saturday and a third day of action Sunday at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds.
David Holder of “Raised Hunting” fame talks about what it means for his family to serve as headliners for the 2017 Outdoor News Deer and Turkey Classic. (Brian Peterson photo)For the last three years, David and Karin Holder and their sons Warren and Easton have brought their “the-family-that-hunts-together-stays-together” mentality to the Outdoor Channel with “Raised Hunting,” a show about an average American…
Minnesota Outdoor News editor Tim Spielman, left, and Outdoor News Man of the Year Ray Gildow. (Brian Peterson photo)Ray Gildow, a legendary guide — he is, after all, part of the legendary Nisswa Guides League — and a longtime volunteer and conservation advocate is Outdoor News’ Man of the Year. Gildow was recognized and presented with the award at the…
While the deadline to remove shelters across the northern tier of the state isn’t until March 20 (March 31 for Minnesota-Canada border waters), recent incidents are a reminder of the continued rapid deterioration of ice on most all lakes across the state.
All are reportedly OK after ending up in the frozen waters of a Chisago County lake and Lake Minnetonka on Sunday.
Decision reverses a lower-court ruling that restored federal protections of gray wolves in Wyoming.
It’s that time of year at state parks in the two states and across much of the northern tier of the country.
Rodents help sustain endangered black-footed ferrets and more than 100 other species on the Great Plains.
Like the Angler of the Year Championship on central Minnesota’s Lake Mille Lacs, Classic back in familiar digs on Lake Hartwell.
The Minnesota Legislature is considering a bill that would waive fishing license requirements during the week before next year’s Super Bowl, to be held at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis.
The bay and the state park make for a major wintertime destination on the Minnesota side of the lake.
Also, results from last summer’s hooking mortality study to be released at upcoming Mille Lacs Fisheries Advisory Committee meeting.
There’s plenty of ice for Saturday’s Holes for Heroes ice-fishing tournament, but with no snow cover, that ice is super slick, and participants should come prepared, tournament officials stress.
In first poll, majority said they wouldn’t eat venison from deer taken in southeastern Minnesota, where there have been six positive CWD cases in the last two months
Around 10,000 anglers again expected Jan. 28 for annual Brainerd Jaycees Ice Fishing Extravaganza
In its fourth year, effort helps keep garbage out of the lake — to the tune of 115 tons a year
Event mix also includes winter survival essentials such as ice harvesting and snow-shelter building and other fun
It’s the most comprehensive trade show for professionals involved with shooting sports, hunting and the law enforcement industries
Park Service wants to reduce the park’s northern bison herd that numbers about 4,000 by between 900 and 1,400
Yes, the wild turkey population has come a long way: This year’s total of 6,798 wild turkeys falls just short of the state record of 6,970 in 2013