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There are no known health risks to humans from the finding in a captive herd, the state Board of Animal Health said.
Bad weather shuts down trapping and transfer to the island.
Minnesota's proposal would provide $7.5 million to improve and expand loon nesting habitat and create a public campaign to reduce the use of lead fishing tackle in northern lakes, the leading cause of loon deaths.
Ohio class action says taxpayers shouldn't have to pay for health impact research.
Conservation groups say money is being used for infrastructure projects.
National Park Service officials hope to capture and transfer up to eight this fall in an effort to rebuild their population.
The rebuilding of the canopy comes with an eye toward climate change.
National Park Service lays out a plan for new chapter in long story of island's wolves and moose.
The federal government's sudden decision to reopen mineral exploration just outside the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness was a resounding defeat for wilderness advocates. But for the mining industry, it means back to business as usual.
The mining industry won a major victory in Minnesota when the federal government lifted a controversial stay on minerals exploration in the area just outside the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.