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DNR won't move ahead with changes

KIMT News 3 – After months of public hearings, the Minnesota DNR will not be making changes to wildlife areas across the state.

This spring, the DNR considered loosening hunting and trapping restrictions on ten of the state’s 159 scientific and natural areas (SNAs). 172 more words

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DNR Ups Licenses For 2014 Wolf Season

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is increasing the number of licenses available for the 2014 wolf hunting season.

The DNR announced they would be making 3,800 hunting and trapping licenses available, which is an increase of 500 from last year’s seasons. 166 more words

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2014 deer hunting rules aimed at rebuilding Minnesota's herd

Minnesota hunters will be under strict limits this fall, as wildlife managers seek to replenish the state’s whitetail deer population.

As the Associated Press reports, the Department of Natural Resources says it… 269 more words

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DNR: Invasive carp found in Mississippi River

COTTAGE GROVE, Minn. (AP) — The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says invasive carp have been found in the Mississippi River near Cottage Grove.

The agency says commercial fishermen under contract with the DNR netted two adult invasive carp in Pool 2 Thursday. 87 more words

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DNR To Life Ban On Night Fishing At Mille Lacs Lake

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Night fishing is returning to one of Minnesota’s most popular lakes.

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources will lift the ban on fishing at night on Mille Lacs Lake next Monday. 41 more words

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Minnesota DNR is encouraging folks to get outside

ALBERT LEA, Iowa – The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is working on getting more people outside this summer, and it’s working.

Folks, young and old took advantage of the beautiful weather on Saturday and headed out to Myre-Big Island State Park for the “I Can Paddle” canoeing demonstration. 189 more words

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Growing out grassland to save prairie wildlife

MASON CITY, Iowa – Prairie land across our area is on the decline, and because of this, there are growing concerns about the habitats of grassland birds. 266 more words

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