Memories abound from decades of visiting the Smith family's shack. You can gauge a hunt's success not only by ducks bagged but by dogs petted, great food consumed and memorable sunrises shared.
Minnesotans barreled into the outdoors in spring and summer during the throes of COVID-19. Don't expect that to slow in autumn, with its inviting weather and scene.
The city approved a $300,000 cash infusion Monday evening.
So far this year, an unprecedented surge in ATV ridership across Minnesota has led to 20 fatal accidents — more deaths than the state normally sees in a year.
A cross of native broad-leaf cattails and invasive narrow-leaf cattails, hybrid cattails can aggressively outcompete other aquatic plants. In some instances, so little open water remains ducks can't find places to land.
Fall colors are coming on fast for the sumacs. They are showing much red, in many beautiful tones, and some yellows. The sumacs give off an orange glow.
The cabin, surrounded by 80-foot white and red pines, originally had one small bedroom and no indoor plumbing.
Trading in sporting art, Bob White has spent the pandemic months preparing for publication of what he calls a "lifetime'' book of his work.
Prior Lake man has paddled 5,000 miles in his Quest in the five years since he took up the sport, and he's not done yet.
The state Department of Natural Resources is asking thousands of deer hunters to record what they see in the woods this fall as part of the department's largest-ever hunter survey to better understand why they're passing up shots.
Walleye harvest by state-licensed anglers totaled 64,339 pounds through August; the 2020 allotment was 87,800 pounds.
Much is happening out there: Gray squirrels are making leafy nests, and the velvet on white-tailed deer antlers has disappeared. Ohio buckeye nuts, black walnuts…
Westward, ho!Browns Valley is a city on Minnesota's western border bump, nestled at the Continental Divide between lakes that are the headwaters of the south-flowing…
Twin Cities nonprofit seeks more visitors to nature center and trails.
As opening day on Ol' Ruff nears, optimism is tempered by issues such as West Nile and increasing ATV use.
Brett James Stimac admitted to wildlife trafficking and trespassing.
Wisconsin wildlife officials estimate that the state's wolf population has increased by about 13%.
Enthusiasts hope the title makes northern Minnesota a destination for stargazers.
Moose populations in Minnesota have fallen by more than 60% since 2006.
Minnesota's pheasant population has leapt 42%. An omen, perhaps?