The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says the bald eagle and gray wolf are no longer considered endangered in the state. On Monday, the state made sweeping updates to the list of species that it considers endangered, threatened or of special concern.
A fungus that can pose threats to bats has been detected in two Minnesota state parks. The Department of Natural Resources said Friday that the fungus can lead to white-nose syndrome, which is devastating to bats.
Before long, the first hunting season of the fall will get underway and there are some new items this year the DNR wants you to know. The first seasons get underway in early September and continue until November 5th. There are also new programs and changes to regulations.
A Kandiyohi County commissioner says the state isn't doing enough to try to stop the spread of zebra mussels in west-central Minnesota. Commissioner Dennis Peterson says the Department of Natural Resources is failing to take necessary action. And he's worried about Green Lake being infested.
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