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Zebra mussels found in Christmas Lake after experimental treatment

Zebra mussels were found in a west metro lake where the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources had applied an experimental treatment to get rid of the aquatic invasive species, the DNR announced Friday. 258 more words

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Falcon cam is back with new higher quality look into St. Paul nest

Birdwatchers, the wait is over. The Minnesota DNR’s falcon webcam is back and live with a higher quality camera.

A new fish-eye camera gives viewers a look at Jill, the mama bird, and her newly hatched chicks. 232 more words

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FROM THE DNR: 10 Zebra Mussels found in Christmas Lake During Follow-up Search

DNR NEWS — FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                       May 22, 2015

10 zebra mussels found in Christmas Lake during follow-up search

Teams of divers this week found a total of 10 zebra mussels in a second search of Christmas Lake. 625 more words

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Fledge and Branch report - MN DNR!

Both eaglets branched recently and today one has fledged!  The fledged eaglet has been back to the nest at least once and is nearby according to reports.  35 more words

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Weekly Conservation Officer Report

Highlights: 

(Ely): CO Marty Stage worked a TIP complaint throughout the week concerning fishermen taking illegal slot walleyes. Stage located the boat tied to the shore and crawled through the woods to get to the boat.  8,767 more words

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Fledge and Branch Report!

Here is a quick report of the latest fledging and branching news:

Both Berry College eaglets have successfully fledged!  One of the eaglets was not seen for a couple of days after fledging, but was seen with Dad Eagle today, and the other has been sticking close to the nest and has been visible on cam.  30 more words

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State Asks Hunters To Help With Bird Flu Surveillance

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (WCCO/AP) — The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources wants to arm itself with turkey hunters in the fight against bird flu.

The state asked hunters in five counties — Kandiyohi, Pope, Meeker, Swift and Stearns — to help figure out if the virus has spread to wild turkeys. 254 more words

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