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DNR: Minnesotans Should Be Concerned About Endangered Bee’s Survival

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Biologists with the Department of Natural Resources are searching for areas in Minnesota where an endangered species of bumble bee lives in an effort to understand how best to protect the important pollinators. 267 more words


DNR: Minnesota’s Wolf Population Likely Grew 25 Percent In Last Year

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – A new survey suggests that Minnesota’s wolf population has increased 25 percent in the last year, and experts say it’s likely because deer populations have also grown in the predator’s range. 195 more words


DNR Predicts Near-Perfect Fall Colors Season In Minnesota

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Adequate rain across most of Minnesota and plenty of summer sunshine are expected to yield a near-perfect fall color season across Minnesota. 118 more words


Falmouth residents host community meeting to discuss possible sink hole in neighbourhood

About 40 people came together for a meeting in Falmouth, N.S. on Wednesday evening – three days after a home in their community was ruined by a possible sink hole. 297 more words


Minn. Restricts Deer Feeding Amid Chronic Wasting Concerns

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota conservation officials have expanded a ban on feeding deer after discovering multiple captive deer infected with chronic wasting disease. 125 more words


2 dead marine animals found at Nova Scotia provincial park: DFO

Two dead marine animals have washed ashore at Crystal Crescent Beach Provincial Park, according to the Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO).

Bruce Nunn, a spokesperson for Nova Scotia’s Department of Natural Resources (DNR), said they received a report at about 10 a.m. 165 more words


Search for missing 89-year-old continues in Nova Scotia

A search for a missing 89-year-old man continues in South Rawdon, N.S. on Tuesday, nearly 48 hours after he first disappeared.

Martin McLearn was last seen at his home in South Rawdon — located around 45 minutes north of Halifax — around noon on Sunday. 158 more words