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DNR Park Permit Sales Increase 2% in 2013

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says sales of state park permits went up by 2% in 2013. A total of 136,300 permits were sold last year.

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Getty Images
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Minnesota Breeding Duck Population Rises

Despite a record late ice-out, spring waterfowl surveys show that Minnesota's breeding duck population has improved from last year.

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U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, flickr
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, flickr
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Plenty of Applications for Minnesota Wolf Hunt

More than 23,000 people have applied for permits to hunt wolves this fall when Minnesota opens its first season since the gray wolf came off the endangered species list.

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U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, flickr
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, flickr
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DNR Hustles to Finalize Wolf-Hunt Details

Now that Minnesota's wolf-hunting season is official, the pressure shifts to state wildlife officials to finalize how to handle issues such as licensing and registration.

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peteSwede, Flickr
peteSwede, Flickr
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Minnesota Senate Oks Hunting and Fishing Fee Hikes

The Minnesota Senate has voted to raise fees for hunting and fishing licenses. The Senate has approved a game and fish bill 36-30 that includes the fee hikes.

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timo_w2s, Flickr
timo_w2s, Flickr
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Snow on the Trails in Northern Minnesota [AUDIO]

Snowmobilers itching to get their sleds off the trailer and onto the trail can find snow up north -- way up north. Phil Hart lives on Lake Kabetogama just east of International Falls. He says they received some good snow this week.

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Hawkes,flickr
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Deer Harvest Down in 2011

Fewer hunters bagged a deer last fall. The DNR says Minnesota's deer harvest was down 7% in 2011.

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Photo by Jim Gerchy.
Photo by Jim Gerchy.
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DNR Seeks Higher Fishing, Hunting License Fees

Minnesota's Department of Natural Resources and outdoors groups are joining forces to press the Legislature to raise hunting and fishing license fees.

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ajburcar, flickr
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Split Rock Plans Major Campground Expansion

A North Shore landmark, Split Rock Lighthouse State Park, is planning a major campground expansion.

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bsabarnowl, Flickr
bsabarnowl, Flickr
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DNR: Make Your Camping Reservations

Camping is probably not on your mind today (Friday) as we prepare for Christmas. However, the DNR reminds you that you only have through Monday night to reserve your camping site at a State Park, our you'll have to wait until March.

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