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Iowa Fishing Regulations to be Relaxed at Otter Creek Lake in...

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The Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) will relax the fishing regulations at Otter Creek Lake, near Tama, starting June 15 to allow anglers to...

Spend a Winter Day Ice Fishing

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If you’ve never gone ice fishing before, it’s time to get in on the fun. Bundle up the family and enjoy some of the...

16 Cool Things You Should Know About Skunks (Yes, Skunks!)

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When you think of skunks, you probably think of their stinky spray or how they dig up your lawn. But did you know that they...

Why Doesn’t Blaze Orange Give Me Away?

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If you’re trying to sneak up on a deer or pheasant, possibly decked out in some camouflage, it may not seem to make sense...

Hunter’s Should Think Safety Before Opening Day of Hunting Season

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Hunters heading to the field for the opening weekend of the pheasant season are encouraged to review safe hunting practices before they head out. Megan...

Top 10 Fantastic Fall Fishing Spots in Iowa

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Fall offers fantastic fishing – get out and enjoy it. The air is cool, lakes are less crowded and fish are easy to catch. Try these expert tips to...

Outdoors Around The Nation

Do Bald Eagles Have Predators? The Surprising Answer

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While bald eagles are not typically preyed upon, they do have a few predators.   Read on while we will discuss the predators of bald eagles and how they protect themselves from danger. History About Bald Eagles Bald...

10 Reasons to Feed Birds: The Importance of Bird Feeding

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There are many reasons to feed birds. The most important one, of course, is that it helps them survive.   But there are other reasons as well: feeding birds can be fun, it's a great way...

MN DNR Researchers Optimistic About States Moose Population

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For the 11th year in a row, Minnesota's moose population stays reasonably steady. The 2022 population study approximates the moose population at 4,700, statistically the same as the last study, which was carried out in...