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TOWER—Chronic wasting disease was the topic of most concern to about two dozen area residents who turned out for a whitetail deer management discussion at the DNR’s area office here on Tuesday. … more
We’ve reported frequently in recent years about the extensive research linking the decline in moose numbers in our region to the presence of whitetail deer in moose country. Whitetail deer are … more
REGIONAL— The recent discovery of chronic wasting disease in a wild deer near Crosby could affect plans to reintroduce elk in parts of east-central and northeastern Minnesota— and it’s not just … more
It may still seem like winter here in the North Country, but to one of my favorite winter visitors, spring has already sprung and, sadly, that means they’re quickly disappearing from our yards and … more
REGIONAL— DNR wildlife officials announced this week that the northeastern Minnesota moose population appears to be stable, and that’s a positive development after noted declines ten years ago … more
For those of us in the North Country who hunt deer and eat venison, concerns about chronic wasting disease just got real with the confirmation of this incurable disease in a wild deer in northern … more
ELY - The Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness reservation system went back online this week, after a couple of false starts, and things went fairly smoothly for local outfitters and permit … more
TOWER- Vermilion Country School tenth-grader Stetson Dewberry grew up in Arizona, but he is certainly taking advantage of his first winter in Minnesota. He earned the distinction of being a … more
REGIONAL— Weeks of deepening snowpack and intense cold are beginning to push this season’s Winter Severity Index, or WSI, for whitetail deer into the above-average range for this time of year. … more
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