Dennis Anderson, Tony Kennedy and Bob Timmons stay on top of everything going on outdoors.
No agreement on harvest limits between the state and Indian bands means another catch-and-release season of walleye fishing on Mille Lacs. Mille Lacs business owners aren't happy.
"Women Outward Bound" chronicles when first women were allowed to attend wilderness school in 1965.
Nongame Wildlife Program, which manages the popular feed, announces the news.
First egg is expected "any day now," say state wildlife observers.
Minneapolis women covered 270 miles over seven days on the rugged trail in northern Minnesota.
A panel of research scientists evaluated the way the DNR manages the Mille Lacs walleye fishery and found no significant flaws in the agencies techniques.
Minnetonka cyclist's love of the ride gets told in new film.
In extreme cold, Twin Cities racers are more than halfway through second 135-mile leg.
Kate Coward and Kari Gibbons started the race Monday morning back to Tower, Minn.
National Eagle Center looks forward to adding to knowledge of the elusive raptor.
Rides and races abound this winter; Penn Cycle series is one of the originals.
Great gray owl at Sax-Zim Bog makes photographer work to find it.
Annual census is the longest-running bird count. It began in 1900.
Norpine Trail system board agrees to let them roll on 16-mile trail between Lutsen, Cascade Lodge
Among its recommendations for assessing ice, the DNR suggests calling local bait shops and resorts to find out about ice conditions.
"Jeff's World" documents climber's dream of playground, screens Thursday in Minneapolis.
Seven more cases of CWD have been detected in wild deer in a section of southeastern Minnesota where an outbreak of the disease was first detected last year.
Refuge visitors are urged to bring binoculars and watch cranes from their vehicles. Observers can pull off refuge roads. But if they get out of their vehicles, the birds will fly away.
The Department of Natural Resources said Tuesday that firearms hunters registered 70,724 deer the first two days of deer season. Zone 1 was kill up; harvest in Zones 2 and 3 were down.
Bumped from 18-20 inches to 20-22 this season.