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REGIONAL— The results of the second year of the Department of Natural Resources’ moose calf study have further confirmed that wolf attack is the predominant cause of death for young moose in … more
BASSWOOD LAKE— Yet another popular wilderness lake has been infested with invasive spiny waterfleas. According to the Department of Natural Resources, Basswood Lake is the latest confirmed case of … more
REGIONAL— An increase in grouse drumming this spring may have suggested a better season for grouse hunters when they take to the woods beginning on Saturday. But a wet June appears to have put a … more
LOST LAKE—A Department of Natural Resources training exercise made for quite an air show for a handful of anglers and residents near Lost Lake last weekend, as a pair of the agency’s CL-215 … more
REGIONAL— Back-to-back severe winters may have been a challenge for northeastern Minnesota’s whitetail deer population, but it appears the difficult weather has improved survival of the … more
LAKE VERMILION- Even though many of the veterans were veteran fishermen, the day spent on the lake courtesy of the Lake Vermilion Guides League was one to remember. Even for an avid fisherman, … more
REGIONAL— One of the iconic symbols of summer in North America is rapidly disappearing and faces possible extinction, according to a coalition of conservation and food safety groups. The groups, … more
REGIONAL— Bear hunters will find a bit of competition when they take to the forest starting Monday. “There’s a lot of food out in the woods,” said bear guide Dennis Udovich, of Greaney. … more
REGIONAL— The frequent outcrops of ancient rock that punctuate the rolling terrain of northern St. Louis and Lake counties are one of the surest signs that you’ve entered Canadian Shield … more
REGIONAL— There’s no shortage of opinions when it comes to the relationship between wolves and deer in northeastern Minnesota. But for a small handful of biologists with the U.S. Geological … more