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Its good to know that wild animal sightings make the news in places other than Duluth.
A black bear made the news in Cottage Grove, Minn., when it was spotted multiple times early Wednesday in the Tw... Posted on 5/16/13 at 12:00 AM
Opportunities to see and harvest grouse are about as good as they get. Minnesota offers more than 11 million acres of public hunting land and often has the highest ruffed grouse harvest in the country.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources warned the public Monday that some black bears in the Ely-Tower area have become aggressive toward people, including bears associated with independent bear researcher Lynn Rogers.
Two little girls wore sad faces Thursday afternoon at the Jay Cooke State Park campground near Duluth. Little Katie Wigen, 4, and her sister, Kasi, 5, couldn’t figure out why their family had to leave its campsite sooner than they had planned.
Bighead carp are among several invasive Asian carp species that could cause serious damage to Minnesota’s native fish species and aquatic ecosystems.The bighead is not the “leaping” silver carp seen in nature videos, but it destroys habitat in a similar way by filter-feeding vast amounts of plankton and out-competing native fish.
A decision by the Carlton County Board to deny a conditional use permit to allow mineral exploration in Mahtowa Township was called into question by attorneys for the Minnesota State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and Minerals Processing Corporation of Duluth at the board’s adjourned session on Monday.
Geologists have known for decades that there’s plenty of copper, nickel, gold and other minerals under northern Minnesota forests, but most of it wasn’t considered worth the cost to dig it up.
John Myers email@example.com
, January 14, 2010
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