Dennis Anderson, Tony Kennedy and Bob Timmons stay on top of everything going on outdoors.
Forest Service announces news in wake of system rollout crash
The permit system on the national website recreation.gov quickly crashed after it went live Jan. 30, shutting out an untold number of users and creating questions for those who managed to snag permits.
Sarah Strommen retains many from previous regime; Fish and Wildlife leader Jim Leach to retire.
Backcountry Hunters & Anglers has organized another event at state Capitol.
Researchers' Facebook post suggests tracking work is in limbo.
Barbara Keller formerly headed up Missouri deer program.
New book: "A Year with Nature" is quirky, enlightening almanac.
Ely outfitter sent in Minnetonka teen and her friends earlier this year.
Mountain climber wants winter solo summit of Mt. Hunter
Visitors to the bog in the last weeks of December 2017 had numerous sightings.
More deer testing positive for the disease.
She has been the International Owl Center's ambassador bird and has appeared on Animal Planet shows.
DNR officials announced a one-walleye limit for the upcoming winter fishing season on Mille Lacs. Agency leaders are encouraged by increased walleye population estimates for the lake.
Catching up with runners profiled in advance of the Twin Cities Marathon.
"The Dawn Wall' chronicles unprecedented free-climb on El Capitan in 2015.
An archery hunter harvested a 3-year-old buck near Preston that tested positive for chronic wasting disease. The kill happened in the heart of a CWD management zone established in 2016. The outbreak continues.
Online site for reservations at national parks and forests made more secure, efficient.
Public training sessions set with national "trainers" on the North Shore.
Pheasant abundance improved across the entire range for the birds despite heavy rains hurting the population in south-central Minnesota
Outside magazine touts Crosby among its "best towns."