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Visits To Minnesota State Parks Are On The Rise

Visits to Minnesota state parks are up, and the Department of Natural Resources is crediting efforts to connect more people to the outdoors. Estimated total visits, based on car counts, were 9.5 million in 2010, up from 8.3 million in 2008.

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DNR Sets Forum On Chronic Wasting Disease

The Department of Natural Resources will hold a public meeting to discuss chronic wasting disease in southeastern Minnesota. It's set for next Monday, Feb. 14, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Pine Island High School cafeteria.

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Minnesota Deer Hunters To Help Determine Extent of CWD

Deer hunters in southeastern Minnesota's will be used to help the Department of Natural Resources determine the extent of an outbreak of chronic-wasting disease.

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Snowy Winter Leaves Wildlife Searching For Food

The snowy winter is taking its toll on Minnesota wildlife looking for food. The problem is especially troublesome in northern Minnesota where the snow is three feet deep or more.

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Minnesota State Parks Offer Winter Getaways

Minnesota state parks are offering lots of chances for winter getaways. The Department of Natural Resources says many camper cabins are still available at several parks for the weekend of Feb. 12-13, as well as for Valentine's Day, Monday, Feb. 14. It says they're quiet places to escape the buzz of the city and constant call of TV and video games.

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3 Charged In Theft Of Minnesota DNR Animal Mounts

Three men are charged in the theft of 20 mounted animal heads, power tools, computers and other items from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.

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Minnesota Deer Harvest Up 7 Percent In 2010

Minnesota's deer harvest rose 7 percent during the 2010 season, compared with the previous year. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says thanks to ideal hunting weather during opening weekend of the firearms season, hunters harvested a total of 207,000 deer during the 2010 season. That's the 13th largest harvest on record.

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DNR Seeks Hunters To Instruct Kids

The Minnesota D-N-R is looking for hunters who will be willing to help teach kids as part of the new "Field Day" requirement in their safety certification course.

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3 Accused In Theft Of Minnesota DNR Animal Mounts

St. Paul police believe they know who stole more than 20 mounted animals and other items from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.

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Minn. Poachers ‘Wall of Shame’ Stolen From DNR

Police are searching for whoever stole a poachers' "Wall of Shame" from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.

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