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REGIONAL—The Minnesota DNR has set dates for recreational netting of whitefish and cisco on seven lakes in the Tower fisheries work area. These lakes are Schedule I waterbodies, which are more … more
There are just a few points in time every year when the change on the landscape is both rapid and dramatic. The first snow that marks the start of winter. The first blush of green leaves in the … more
VOYAGEURS NATIONAL PARK— Last year’s drought conditions didn’t seem to hamper the wolf population here, which grew 16 percent according to a report issued last week by the Voyageurs … more
REGIONAL— Don’t look now, but the North Country is experiencing a dry spell that’s sent river and lake levels tumbling the past couple weeks. The region, which experienced … more
COOK- The gathering at Cook’s Country Connection on Thursday, Oct. 6 to talk about sedimentation in the Little Fork River might best be described as an environmental version of “preaching … more
REGIONAL— This year’s bumper berry crop continues, as a bonanza of wild cranberries are just waiting for enterprising pickers who aren’t afraid to get their feet wet. These … more
I was surprised recently on one of our cool late September mornings to find a blue-spotted salamander very slowly making its way across our gravel road. It was moving slowly because the temperature … more
REGIONAL— Hunters in Minnesota had registered 1,864 bears through Monday, Sept. 26, with only a relative handful of additional registrations expected by the time the season ends on Oct. 16. If … more
Peak color seems a bit behind normal this year. The late spring, combined with plentiful rainfall and mild temperatures in September appears to have delayed the color change at least by a week or so. … more
REGIONAL— Septembers aren’t what they used to be in northern Minnesota. Forty years ago, the fall air often started creeping its way into the North Country in late August, when the … more
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