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First egg arrives at Minnesota DNR eaglecam nest!

Yay, MN DNR has their first egg of the season! It is a bit early, but talons crossed for a great season! Link to cam: … 8 more words

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Fly Tying - Session #2

Another cold week in Minnesota and with snow not conducive to nordic skiing, I am relegated to my basement and tying another fly pattern.  As I discussed earlier, I am a fly tier, but at a VERY novice level.   563 more words

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At Blue Mounds State Park, 2014 water woes carrying over into this year

A state park in southwestern Minnesota that had the blues in 2014 will find relief only very gradually this year.

At Blue Mounds State Park, a double whammy of contaminated water followed by flood damage created inconvenience and uncertainty, with some questions unlikely to be answered until well into the new year, the… 332 more words

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Federal court wolf ruling - now what?

From:  Wadena Pioneer Journal

Jan. 02, 2015 by Erik Osberg

On Dec. 19, a federal judge ruled to reinstate Endangered Species Act protection for gray wolves in the Upper Midwest, essentially ending the wolf hunt in… 785 more words

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DNR TO SURVEY DEER AND ELK BY HELICOPTER

Low-flying helicopters will be used for white-tailed deer population surveys planned by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources for January through March in central and southeastern Minnesota, if suitable snow conditions develop. 185 more words

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Spring Turkey Permit Deadline is Friday - Application Information Is Here

From the DNR:

Reminder: Spring wild turkey permit application deadline is Friday

The deadline to apply for early season spring wild turkey hunting permits is Friday, Jan. 104 more words

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Man Fined, Loses Boat After Reeling In 40 Fish

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – An out-of-state angler lost his boat for reeling in too many fish, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.

Officials say they caught 54-year-old Charles Siegerdt fish fillets well over the limit — 21 bass (42 fillets) and 19 northern pike (38 fillets) — at an Itasca County resort. 54 more words

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