Lower Menominee River Area Of Concern Delisted News Release

Significant Milestone Achieved To Clean Up Historical Pollution In The Great Lakes After 30 years of pollution cleanup and restoration efforts, the Lower Menominee River Area of Concern...
Wisconsin Elk Reintroduction Program | Outdoor Newspaper

Elk arrive in Sawyer County in final year of translocation effort

Forty-eight Kentucky elk made the 14-hour overnight ride from Kentucky and have arrived at their new home in the Flambeau River State Forest in Sawyer County. Once...
First Day Hikes offer a way to begin the New Year rejuvenated and connected with nature. First Day hikers at Mirror Lake State Park. Photo credit: DNR

Start the New Year out Right! Start With a First Day Hike

The First Day Hikes campaign, which is hosted by The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources' State Park System will be celebrating its 9th anniversary this year on...

A rare Wisconsin songbird flies into the record books again

Wisconsin conservation biologists are eagerly awaiting the return of Kirtland's warblers, hopefully including an Adams County bird that flew to fame in 2015 when researchers found it...

Feeding deer during winter months can do more harm than good

As cold weather continues in Wisconsin, state wildlife officials say people should consider the negative impacts of wildlife feeding and look to alternatives that provide long-term benefits...

While monarchs rest this winter, it’s time to get busy adding habitat for their...

Get tips and learn more from new website launched by organizations working to save monarchs While Wisconsin monarchs rest and refuel after a 1,700-plus mile flight to their...

Steer Clear of Invasive Holiday Plants and Seek Native Alternatives

A 'Bittersweet' Message About Colorful Autumn Arrangements Homeowners and decorators creating their autumn displays should avoid two invasive plants that have been used historically in Thanksgiving and other...

Top three online tools to boost your fall fishing along Lake Michigan tributaries

Lake Michigan chinook and coho salmon are making their spawning runs up Lake Michigan tributaries now, and while flooding has made fishing in some areas challenging, anglers...
Waterfowl hunters can help stop spread of aquatic invasive species | Outdoor Newspaper

Waterfowl hunters can help stop spread of aquatic invasive species

As Wisconsin's goose and duck seasons get underway, the Department of Natural Resources is asking for help from the state's dedicated hunters to help prevent the spread...

The Wisconsin Fish Record That Got Away

Every Angler has a Story About the One That Got Away Damon Chandler's story - and potential state record - slipped away in the final minutes of a...